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June 8, 2009 Compared to songwriter Spencer Krug's past efforts, Sunset Rubdown's Dragonslayer was made in a straightforward manner, recorded live in the studio. But there's nothing simple about the disc: Its stories sometimes resemble a cross between a whacked-out circus and a fairy tale. Hear the entire album.
January 8, 2008 Spencer Krug's forceful and even abrasive voice holds things together while a dense mix of angular riffs and art-rock harmonies flail wildly around him.
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October 5, 2007 Mathematician turned musician Dan Snaith; '70s Southern California: Cass McCombs; A delightful Sunset Rubdown; Britpop singer, guitarist Richard Hawley and more.
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May 25, 2006 In his new project, Sunset Rubdown, Wolf Parade's Spencer Krug expands his compositional grasp to create a full-fledged rock opera. The jaunty "They Took a Vote and Said No" arrives complete with a hummable chorus and a sinister underbelly.
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