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Album Review

Interpol's rhythm section comes out ahead of the guitarists on this four-track EP of remixes, featuring a track reworked by each member of the band on an individual basis (though Sam Fogarino is joined by Bob Mould during his turn). Paul Banks' shot at "Narc" is a solemn re-recording consisting of only acoustic guitar and Banks' distant voice. Daniel Kessler's "Not Even Jail" sounds like it could've been done on the fly, with interjections of noisy sound effects and a harsher drum sound. Fogarino and Mould's "The Length of Love" is the best of the batch by a great distance, throwing drums every which way while maintaining a steady groove (it could be confused with a DFA mix with the addition of some cowbell). Carlos D's "Public Pervert" is a spare, winding dance track that sounds custom-made for one of his DJ sets.


Formed: 1998 in New York, NY

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

One of the leading post-punk revivalists of the 2000s and 2010s, Interpol took their cues from Joy Division and the Chameleons, fashioning a darkly atmospheric sound helmed by intricate guitars and Paul Banks' somber baritone. The group also had a striking visual presence marked by the members' fondness for suits, which only strengthened their stately, British-influenced appeal. Nevertheless, the band remained rooted in America, where guitarist Daniel Kessler and drummer Greg Drudy first struck up...
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