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On Champ, the Toronto band Tokyo Police Club has slowed down its tempo.
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July 29, 2010 The Toronto band Tokyo Police Club features a group of young, self-taught musicians. Over the years, their energetic sound has evolved from crude beginnings, and music critic Robert Christgau says their new Champ feels more deliberate and thoughtful -- part of a healthy growing process for a constantly evolving band.
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March 15, 2008 Tokyo Police Club's party-starting mod-punk show up minus its heavy rhythms, in an acoustic version of "Tesselate." David Monks sits solo on The Current's stage, on the corner of 7th and Red River in Austin, for the SXSW festival.
November 6, 2007 Tuesday means new music releases, which in turn means that it's time for a look at albums from Jay-Z, Tokyo Police Club and Stevie Ray Vaughan. Plus, Paste magazine tries the Radiohead model.
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