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About Pavement

Pavement's 1992 debut LP Slanted and Enchanted was an instant sensation, helping to establish Lo-Fi as one of the preeminent subgenres of Indie Rock. Their unique, raggedly endearing sound -- shambling vocals attached to both pop hooks and discordant, repetitive rhythms colored by low fidelity production and bursts of noisy guitar -- has elevated them to deity status in the Indie community. They've done much to promote the Lo-Fi sound in the meantime, gaining an increasingly widespread cult following while occasionally breaking into the alternative mainstream.

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Listen toPavementon Rhapsody

Pavement's 1992 debut LP Slanted and Enchanted was an instant sensation, helping to establish Lo-Fi as one of the preeminent subgenres of Indie Rock. Their unique, raggedly endearing sound -- shambling vocals attached to both pop hooks and discordant, repetitive rhythms colored by low fidelity production and bursts of noisy guitar -- has elevated them to deity status in the Indie community. They've done much to promote the Lo-Fi sound in the meantime, gaining an increasingly widespread cult following while occasionally breaking into the alternative mainstream.

About Pavement

Pavement's 1992 debut LP Slanted and Enchanted was an instant sensation, helping to establish Lo-Fi as one of the preeminent subgenres of Indie Rock. Their unique, raggedly endearing sound -- shambling vocals attached to both pop hooks and discordant, repetitive rhythms colored by low fidelity production and bursts of noisy guitar -- has elevated them to deity status in the Indie community. They've done much to promote the Lo-Fi sound in the meantime, gaining an increasingly widespread cult following while occasionally breaking into the alternative mainstream.

About Pavement

Pavement's 1992 debut LP Slanted and Enchanted was an instant sensation, helping to establish Lo-Fi as one of the preeminent subgenres of Indie Rock. Their unique, raggedly endearing sound -- shambling vocals attached to both pop hooks and discordant, repetitive rhythms colored by low fidelity production and bursts of noisy guitar -- has elevated them to deity status in the Indie community. They've done much to promote the Lo-Fi sound in the meantime, gaining an increasingly widespread cult following while occasionally breaking into the alternative mainstream.