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Man Man: Going Deep

Closing out the first half of their winter tour with Xenia Rubinos, Philadelphia experimental virtuosos Man Man will be heading to the Asbury Lanes on Jan. 30. Fresh off the release of their latest album, On On...

Man Man: On Oni Pond

Philadelphia experimentalists Man Man have been best known for the unconventional since their founding in 2004. Their fifth studio album, On Oni Pond, is easily among some of their best work to date, and se...
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Man Man: Rolling With The Punches

Artfully absurd experimental five-piece Man Man are currently touring in support of their acclaimed fourth album, Life Fantastic. This album is a departure from the more bizarre work for which they became famou...

Man Man: Life Fantastic

Aligned for the first time in their career with a real live, in-the-flesh producer (that being Mike Mogis of Bright Eyes and Saddle Creek Records), Philly indie experimentalists Man Man have removed the toy...
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Man Man: Come One, Come All

Get ready to feel like you are sitting in a creepy circus. Man Man, a Philadelphia-based experimental rock group, combines horns, xylophone and harsh vocals about Butter Bean to create their weird sound. Remi...
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The Manliest Maniacs, Man Man

The members of Man Man are known for their live performances, probably because they deck themselves out in war paint and use noisemakers and pots and pans. Their music has been called ragtime, gypsy jazz, and i...
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Interview with Man Man: Habit Forming

I’ll be entirely honest—mostly because it’s more convenient at this moment than lying—I’ve been writing this feature since the first time I put on Rabbit Habits, Man Man’s third full-length CD and first for ...

Man Man: Rabbit Habits

For such an immediately refreshing band as Man Man, it’s taken me a few weeks to really digest Rabbit Habits. Don’t worry, the band haven’t gotten “challenging” in some way that means they’re experimenting with...