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Customer Reviews

Loving the vibe

I can't get over how happy Honeycomb feels. And the sounds within the music are great; they almost sound Dan Deacon inspired. I didn't really care for it at first but after you get comfortable with it and settle in it really shines. The steady clacking sound keeps my head bobbing all the way through. And the energy at the end puts a huge grin on my face.
Gotham is also great. This one I liked almost immediately. It compliments the first song so well; its contrasting mood making the two work together even more. The power the song pushes through the low end bass guitar drone, and whatever other magic the geologist does, hurts so good haha. Also, as much as I love Avey's voice, I hope to hear pleanty of Panda on whatever else is released.
Probably not for most non-AC fans but it's perfect for me. If this is a glimpse into the new LP then I am totally excited

Honey Goth

this is rulz

Listen to it more than once

Like has been said before, it takes two or three listens to catch on. I was really disappointed at first, but now I think its a typically fantastic release.


Formed: 1999 in Baltimore, MD

Genre: Alternative

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

Animal Collective were formed in Baltimore County, Maryland, by longtime friends and musical collaborators Avey Tare (David Portner), Panda Bear (Noah Lennox), Deakin (Josh Dibb), and Geologist (Brian Weitz). With a penchant for genre-hopping and studio experimentation, the group began drawing comparisons to everyone from the Residents and the Flaming Lips to the Incredible String Band and the Holy Modal Rounders. Solo and side projects proved to be a continual occupation for most of the group's...
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