An Interview with Interpol: Leave On The Bright Lights

It’s hard to believe it’s already been more than a decade since Interpol released its stunning debut album, Turn On The Bright Lights, bursting out of a vibrant New York indie rock scene that also spawned The Strokes, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Liars, and The National.

Since then, the group …

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Top Ten Albums Of 2010, According To Our Writers

This was the most picked record from our writers. Click through to see what else we liked.

Daniel Alleva

1. The Arcade Fire/The Suburbs/Merge

2. Interpol/Interpol/Matador

3. Deerhunter/Halcyon Digest/4AD

4. Deftones/Diamond Eyes/Reprise/Warner Bros.

5. The Futureheads/The Chaos/Nul Records

6. Vampire …

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Fall Concert Guide 2010: SlegaDeth, X Japan, Campell/Lanegan, Black Crowes, MMJ, CMJ, High On Fire, Interpol, Dimmu/Enslaved and Ozzy/Halford

Slayer/Megadeth/Anthrax

Oct. 8

Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum

What’s more fun than yelling “SLAAAYYYYEEEERRRRR?” Nothing. Not even yelling, “FREEE BIIRRDDD.” And surely, one of the best parts about going to see American Carnage is that no one fewer people will think you’re a total ass for doing it. There’s also the …

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Interview with Interpol: The Rigors of Self-Examination

This year, New York City’s Interpol found themselves in the midst of a stride, producing what would become their, self-titled, fourth album. Such a stride it was, that it rewarded the band with their most ambitious album yet—one that would serve as a symbol of Interpol’s staggering ingenuity, and at …

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Interview with Interpol: Rebuilding Infastructure

A few years ago New York’s Interpol was playing small venues and getting criticized for sounding like a cheap knockoff of Joy Division. Now they are headlining Madison Square Garden in support of their third album, Our Love To Admire, that was recently released on major label Capitol Records …

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