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About Deerhunter

Deerhunter messes with notions of '90s shoegazer and '00s post-punk (a la Yeah Yeah Yeahs) in equal amounts. Formed in Atlanta in 2001, the five piece released a pair of discs on Kranky and toured around the States. Their live show, which features the antics of extremely thin singer Bradford Cox, tends to polarize audiences. Regardless of whether or not the band's music is good or bad, at least it got under someone's skin. Their music alternates between blip-bleep weirdness, psychedelic noise pop and melodic love songs.

Listen toDeerhunteron Rhapsody

Deerhunter messes with notions of '90s shoegazer and '00s post-punk (a la Yeah Yeah Yeahs) in equal amounts. Formed in Atlanta in 2001, the five piece released a pair of discs on Kranky and toured around the States. Their live show, which features the antics of extremely thin singer Bradford Cox, tends to polarize audiences. Regardless of whether or not the band's music is good or bad, at least it got under someone's skin. Their music alternates between blip-bleep weirdness, psychedelic noise pop and melodic love songs.

About Deerhunter

Deerhunter messes with notions of '90s shoegazer and '00s post-punk (a la Yeah Yeah Yeahs) in equal amounts. Formed in Atlanta in 2001, the five piece released a pair of discs on Kranky and toured around the States. Their live show, which features the antics of extremely thin singer Bradford Cox, tends to polarize audiences. Regardless of whether or not the band's music is good or bad, at least it got under someone's skin. Their music alternates between blip-bleep weirdness, psychedelic noise pop and melodic love songs.

About Deerhunter

Deerhunter messes with notions of '90s shoegazer and '00s post-punk (a la Yeah Yeah Yeahs) in equal amounts. Formed in Atlanta in 2001, the five piece released a pair of discs on Kranky and toured around the States. Their live show, which features the antics of extremely thin singer Bradford Cox, tends to polarize audiences. Regardless of whether or not the band's music is good or bad, at least it got under someone's skin. Their music alternates between blip-bleep weirdness, psychedelic noise pop and melodic love songs.