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Satomi Matsuzaki plays bass and sings, Greg Saunier plays drums, John Dieterich and Ed Rodriguez play guitars. But what is Deerhoof really? Hell if we know. Pitchfork went so far as to label Deerhoof as "the best band in the world.” The New York Times described them as “one of the most original rock bands to have come along in the last decade.” From their humble beginnings as an obscure San Francisco noise act, they've become one of indie music's… read more

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  • Avatar for Nagsworth
    whyyy is no one talking about their new single/album announcement? come on lads sort it out
  • Avatar for matheus_viniz
    sounds sickk
  • Avatar for Nagsworth
    i think i love this band more than i love my family and friends. greg saunier is one of the best live drummers i've seen (get the new live album FEVER to get a feel of how wild their gigs are, if you've never seen them before).
  • Avatar for LeoReis92
    weird is the word that best fits them
  • Avatar for Oates_Moustache
    great cool bunch of lads and ladies
  • Avatar for FloRan4
    They kick way too much ass.
  • Avatar for rudesam
    whens the next cd
  • Avatar for FelipeSah
    after becoming a fan after my first listen 5 years ago I finally got the chance to have a three minute talk with Greg last night. life's good
  • Avatar for GAS0LINE
    v thanks!
  • Avatar for LukarioXO
    The Runners Four is a great album to start with if you're a fan of noise rock. Lots of loud and noisy tracks on that album. I'd also recommend you listen to Friend Opportunity if you want something poppier with less noisy guitar playing. Depending on which one you liked more, listen to the albums that came before it (if you liked The Runners Four more) or after it (if you liked Friend Opportunity more.) Their newest album, La Isla Bonita, is also a good album to listen to if you're a fan of noise rock and punk music. It didn't get amazing reviews, but I think it's worth listening to at least once if you enjoy what you've already heard.

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