Two kings of the indie dancefloor unite for a warm, timeless take on 20th century pop and rock
Album Review: Destroyer - 'Kaputt'
Celebrating ten albums with their finest work to date
It’s in this vein that Destroyer’s 10th album gently swaggers, Dan Bejar drawing from the era’s smoothest sounds and darkening them with wry tales of “chasing cocaine in the back rooms of the world all night” on the title track, and puking in English gardens (‘Bay Of Pigs’). Bejar creates an astonishing world in just nine songs; it’s his finest work to date, and excessive, but irresistibly so.
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