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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 most influential bands with their ecstatic and unruly take on pop.


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  • Amnesius

    Every step they make is fresh and ingenious no matter what their direction is. Also, Last Fad entranced me.

    21 Dec 8:36am Reply
  • MrLeprekone

    too good for my ears

    19 Dec 5:51pm Reply
  • Tree-Fingers

    can't believe it took me so long to get into this band. Got the new one and 'Breakup Songs' recently, and can't get enough of 'em.

    2 Dec 9:29pm Reply
  • c0rdell

    new album is good as h*ck

    26 Nov 2:08am Reply
  • henrymiller17

    the last two tracks ARE the best ! CORRECTO

    20 Nov 1:22pm Reply
  • Protograph

    There's this pattern on the charts right now where the top ten tracks are the new album, in the order those tracks are on the album (with the exception of the more-promoted Exit Only). So the first track has almost twice as many listeners as the last two tracks, which is a shame because the last two tracks are quite possibly the best.

    18 Nov 3:48am Reply
  • lunarday

    Seeing these guys live (Chicago) was one of the most unique experiences, they don't need fancy lights or props, just a group of super entertaining, creative individuals. highly recommend you don't miss their shows.

    14 Nov 7:48pm Reply
  • NoiseSonic

    Обалденный новый альбом.

    13 Nov 1:13pm Reply
  • mister_tussin

    "The new Deerhoof album rules." -A statement that's been true every album cycle for more than a decade now.

    12 Nov 8:05pm Reply
  • pt280

    A video of Satomi's dancing should be sent to all corners of the universe.

    12 Nov 6:46pm Reply
  • Haddonfield69

    Review at

    11 Nov 1:12pm Reply
  • sacason

    I have no doubt that this one will really grow on me. I mean, I'm already digging it, but I expect to absolutely love it in a few months.

    10 Nov 1:05am Reply
  • helvettt

    Really great new album.

    8 Nov 10:06pm Reply
  • itconsumesme

    Deerhoof hasn't known this sort of skronk in a long time. La Isla Bonita is a fucking delight.

    8 Nov 9:42am Reply
  • Gu574vo_wm25

    Insano bagarai fi

    31 Oct 2:20am Reply
  • Babs_05

    Well this has made my day! How brilliant and beautiful!

    30 Oct 7:58pm Reply
  • pt280

    Come on peeps: it's Deerhoof, wait for the live versions.

    27 Oct 5:26pm Reply
  • Nagsworth

    They have their fair share of mediocre releases, tbh, but some of it ends up growing on me and even if it doesn't you can always guarantee they still release something amazing in the future. Top notch band.

    26 Oct 3:19pm Reply
  • EJSrocket

    i love deerhoof

    24 Oct 3:05pm Reply
  • samuelregan

    I tried to listen to Breakup Song I think twice, and couldn't get into it. Big fan of almost all other Deerhoof releases, including La Isla Bonita. Shit's flame.

    24 Oct 4:26am Reply
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