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Editors’ Notes

The brilliant Tally All Things filters all the elements that make this band so appreciated into one concise, emphatic collection. Start with the artwork: a controlled chaos, Pavement–meets–The Fall burst of images and ideas lacking prettiness or perfection; it calls out five core “self evident truths” from each track. And then what emits from your speakers is all jabbing elbows, rancid sweat, broken funk, puffy-eyed smoke, post-beer guzzling throb, and endless winks and nods. In short, it's a damn good time with cowbells, tin can–edged guitar assaults, woozy bass, and handclaps. Oh, and Max Savage’s smartypants, yelping, stoner-guru poetry play: “Forced into morning, tempted into night/Tally all the things that you broke!” There are hints of both of the aforementioned bands in these songs, and in PQ’s music in general—but unlike many who wear influences on their sleeves, these guys aren't afraid to show how they think things should be done. We’re paying attention.

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Crazy Jangly Stuff

This is just kinda funny but real pleasant.

glad i found ya

Good stuff reminds me of Dead Milkmen. fun music!


Formed: 2010 in Brooklyn, NY

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '10s

Parquet Courts' special breed of "Americana punk" began in 2010 when some former Texans who had relocated to Brooklyn began practicing and gigging regularly. The band was centered around Fergus & Geronimo songwriter Andrew Savage, and also included guitarist Austin Brown, bassist Sean Yeaton, and drummer Max Savage. Much like in Teenage Cool Kids, the band Andrew Savage still split his time with back in his hometown of Denton, Texas, Parquet Courts produced noisy indie rock with jagged punk edges...
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