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With Dave Pajo in place of the amicably split Carlos D, Interpol launched their LP4 tour in Rochester yestederday. Via the interpolnyc.com newsletter: What a wonderful show last night! So good to be…   Read Story »
An update to Interpol's site confirms that the band's forthcoming, fourth record will be the self-produced self-titled affair Interpol. And not so long after announcing an amicable split with bassist…   Read Story »
Over the weekend, Interpol posted a note to their website announcing the completion of two things: 1) their forthcoming, "heavy record," and 2) the tenure of bassist and lead vampire Carlos Dengler.…   Read Story »
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This year in music was great and we'rea gonna let it finish (sorry), but in terms of notable album releases the ship has sailed. No offense, 30 Seconds To Mars. While the Gummys' virtual poll booth…   Read Story »
Looks like the guys weren't so happy with 2007's Our Love to Admire and, as a result, "the new record falls back towards the first." Drummer Sam Fogarino also notes: "That big wash of reverb? It's…   Read Story »
Paul Banks has been having plenti of fun masquerading around under the name Julian, releasing a debut LP at just around the same time (again) as that other smart-dressing NYC contemporary with the…   Read Story »
The "Games For Days" Paul Banks delivered to Jimmy Fallon didn't include any kinky Emily Haines revenge fantasies, but it did come with a prominently featured bearded (and gum chewing) drummer and at…   Read Story »
Interpol frontman Paul Banks' Julian Plenti Is... Skyscraper came out a couple of days ago. In the official Javier Aguilera-directed video for his post-punk "Games For Days," Banks plays two…   Read Story »
Interpol frontman Paul Banks is set to release a solo debut which thus far has sounded conspicuously like an Interpol album (surprise). See if that plays out over its duration with a free album…   Read Story »