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If you only buy one album this year...

choose this one. Really, this is so amazing. I've been following this band on myspace for a little while and they had me after We Are Gods! We Are Wolves. Buy the whole thing and listen to it all the way through and you will not be sorry.

The Now Big Thing

No better combination of keyboards, banjos, french horns, electric drum machines, fischer price voice modifiers, not to mention your standard array of guitars, bass and drums anywhere that I have seen. I couldn't get more excited to see anyone other than maybe Arcade Fire in concert. Their performances will make you dance, clap your hands, jump around, scream and shout, wonder what the hell is going on, forget time, and leave you breathless, wanting more. I cannot wait for their second album. For now, it's a good time to live in DC.

GET it

Saw these guys a Piano's in NYC last week and was really impressed. Two parts Arcade Fire, one part Sonic Youth, and one part random banjos. Acessible indy.


Formed: 2006 in Washington D.C.

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s

Vocalist/banjoist Sam Simkoff leads the indie rock collective Le Loup, whose six members combine varied instruments and full-band harmonies to create an orchestrated, experimental sound. Simkoff spent the latter half of 2006 indoors, using his home computer to record the music that would soon constitute Le Loup's debut album. Featuring hypnotic loops, banjo riffs, and lyrics inspired by Dante's Inferno, the songs attracted the attention of several other Washington, D.C., residents. By January, Simkoff...
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