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For Deerhunter's sixth studio album, the Brooklyn indie band moves in several directions at once. Leader Bradford Cox has never been comfortable with the idea of "progress," and so he deliberately includes several tunes that are as primitive and as freaked-out as anything the group has ever recorded. "Neon Junkyard" starts the album in greater disarray than Pavement in its '90s heyday, with Cox's vocals distorting to the point where they dare listeners to go further. "Leather Jacket II" continues the assault with further noisy abrasion; then guitarist Lockett Pundt's "The Missing" abruptly switches gears for a song with actual pop potential, which sounds more in line with the band's more recent output. This flexibility makes Monomania an amusing listen and a contradiction to the album's title. "Pensacola" brings back garage rock with a cheerful gait. "Dream Captain" could be a new wave rock hit underneath the scruff. "Sleepwalking" floats into a Foster the People–type strut. But it's the freak-folk of "Nitebike" that's so delightfully weird that it brings forth memories of Skip Spence, Nikki Sudden, and Syd Barrett for the new age.

Customer Reviews

break yr neck

basically they're doing what the strokes wish they could, but far stronger and stranger like the stooges playing their instruments like they twelve year olds with lots of anger and rc cola.

Hungry Like the Deerhunter

This album feels like the bands batteries were recharged with plutonium after a fairly long Deerhunter layoff.
'Monomania', delivers a cohesive album, that moves me in a grittier way then some of there other sold to great albums, singles and extended plays do. Such as Micro Castle or Rainwater Cassette Exchange.
While I can nick pick and say that some songs or perhaps just parts of a song or two feel underdeveloped, to short, etc; the creative, catchy, unique and flat-out nonchalant-cool-swagger of this American record is exactly the way it is suppose to be. This is definitely a great direction after the very good, 'Halcyon Digest', No genre analysis need apply other then TRUlY alternative. They are too eclectic to be musically tight-cast like that. I wish i could write music on this level. (The production and engineering are stellar as well.
I feel this album compliments as oppose to copycats their influences.
Check it out/

Carlo Maltempi-

New Direction?

The track Monomania is totally raw and noisy. Is this going to define the sound for this album? Will the ambience be lost? One thing I noticed that there aren't any 7 min.+ songs like Desire Lines or Nothing Every Happened which are some of my favorite Deerhunter tracks.


Formed: 2001 in Atlanta, GA

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Deerhunter are an experimental noise rock band from Atlanta, fronted by the compellingly odd singer Bradford Cox. Cox's vocal style blends vocal experimentation along the lines of Meredith Monk or Yoko Ono with a more direct and punky howl inspired by the Fall's Mark E. Smith. Cox is also a striking on-stage presence: the exceedingly skinny 6'4" lead singer has Marfan syndrome, a genetic disorder of the connective tissue that gives him abnormally long and spindly limbs. (The late Joey Ramone was...
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