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Tricky Manchester art-poppers Dutch Uncles are returning next month with a new album called O Shudder, and we posted first single "In N Out" a while back. They've now followed that one up with…   Read Story »
If you remember one thing about Out Of Touch In The Wild, the 2013 album from the Manchester art-pop group Dutch Uncles, it's probably the "Flexxin" video, in which frontman Duncan Wallis shows off…   Read Story »
The Manchester art-pop quintet Dutch Uncles have been around for a few years, but they really broke through last year with their harmonically rich and rhythmically complex third album Out Of Touch In…   Read Story »
Emo-pop survivors Paramore released a self-titled album last year, and that thing has legs. Their new-wavy single "Ain't It Fun," which has persistently refused to go away, is one of the best…   Read Story »
UK indie-poppers Dutch Uncles have delivered a couple of cool videos this year, especially their more-than-delightful one for "Flexxin." Now they've released a collage clip for track "Nometo," which…   Read Story »
The last time British art-poppers Dutch Uncles made a video, it was the dance-happy clip for "Flexxin," and it was an absolute and uncomplicated delight. The band's new clip for "Bellio" doesn't…   Read Story »
For Dutch Uncles' Record Store Day contribution, they'll release a cover of what is arguably Grace Jones's biggest hit, "Slave To The Rhythm." While the group has added the word "Atypical" to the…   Read Story »
It's finally come to this: The first straight-to-Spotify Stereogum Monthly Mix. It's the end of an era, and I'm a little sad about it! But it's a necessity in 2013, and one that will serve this…   Read Story »
The Manchester twitch-pop quintet Dutch Uncles released their new album Out Of Touch In The Wild in the UK in January, and since then it's been racking up buzz, thanks in part to the excellent…   Read Story »
When Sunderland brothers Field Music take on a song from the Marple time-signature warpers Dutch Uncles, you're looking at a collision of two distinct forms of arch British twitchiness. So it's…   Read Story »