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Editors’ Notes

Logos makes a terrific follow-up to 2008’s wonderful Let the Blind Lead Those Who Can See But Cannot Feel. There’s a slightly lighter feel here, and the disarmingly sunny “Walkabout” not only features the most upbeat, chirpy synth notes we’ve ever heard from Bradford Cox, but the icing may be the ethereally omniscient vocals of Animal Collective’s Noah Lennox. Cox has a fine voice himself, but hearing layers of Lennox’s vocals in a tunnel of reverb, with an inarguably “pop” wrapping of Cox’s design, is a real treat. “Criminals” is the musical equivalent of a languid afternoon on the beach, with the faintest tropical vibe lurking in the relaxed rhythm, sparkling guitar and muted woodblocks. There's plenty of ambient haziness (such as the fragile “Quick Canal,” featuring Stereolab’s Lætitia Sadier, and the bittersweet “My Halo”), but when Cox can coral those amorphous bits of beauty and give them a hook (such as the winsome refrain on “Sheila,” a stellar Cox vocal performance), that’s when the artist really lives up to the name Atlas Sound.

Customer Reviews

A poem for Bradford

Atlas has a distinct sound From up north to down south Mr. Cox has eased my dreams With subtle in betweens that resonate through my veins All, only, when he takes the reins. Yes Deerhunter had astounded When their latest album surmounted The year's charts of the past But looking ahead surely this will last For Atlas Sound, Logos is his best Make sure to listen, see him at a fest.

holy moly

this is so chill and amazing; even better than his first. might not be immediately resonant, but after a few listens, i'm hooked. wonderful transitions; everything just flows seemlessly. it sounds like the moment when you wake up from a dream and are still a bit hazy.


I really liked the last Deerhunter album, and was 2/3's impressed with the first Atlas Sound one, "Let the Blind....", but I gotta say, after downloading Logos, it's been on constant repeat in my Ipod and my brain. There's something about this one that really sticks with you. I think it's sonically textured so seamlessly and richly that it keeps revealing itself to you with each listen. It's much more focused and catchy than Bradford's first solo release, but no less experimental or personal. There are no throwaway songs here. The collaborations are fresh, definitely showing the influence of his respective partners, but still dripping with the Bradford Cox vibe (and you could definitely do worse than channel Stereolab). This and Bill Callahan's " I Wish I were a Horse" are my two favorite albums of the year by a mile right now.


Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Atlas Sound is the solo project of Bradford Cox, the striking and eccentric vocalist for experimental indie rocker act Deerhunter. Cox was born in 1982 in Athens, Georgia, a town whose burgeoning music scene greatly influenced the singer. He identified with the B-52's while growing up, particularly the late Ricky Wilson, and co-founded Deerhunter with drummer/keyboardist Moses Archuleta in 2001. Deerhunter released two full-length albums and an EP before taking a break in 2007, with the bandmembers...
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