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The Dodos archive

The Dodos' third album, No Color, comes out March 15.

Read First Listen: The Dodos, 'No Color'

March 7, 2011 – The band's inventively percussive fourth album pounds and clatters with precision and clarity.

Radiohead (top), Panda Bear (bottom left), The Dodos (bottom right).

Listen New Music From Panda Bear, The Dodos And More

March 1, 2011 – This week on All Songs Considered, Radiohead's surprise album gets a little time to sink in.

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Listen Bonnaroo 2010: A Look Back

June 16, 2010 – The NPR Music gang examines some of the highlights from this year's Bonnaroo Music Festival.

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The Dodos; credit: Shantel Mitchell

Read Bonnaroo 2010: The Dodos In Concert

June 11, 2010 – The Dodos' music, as heard on Time to Die, centers on syncopated guitar rhythms.

Listen The Dodos: Rhythmic Revelations And 'Small Deaths'

September 25, 2009 – In the reflective and percussive "Small Deaths," familiarity coexists with rhythmic surprises.

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Listen The Dodos' Tribal-Folk Crossover WXPN

March 10, 2009 – The unpredictable psych-folk duo captures the thrill of its live set on 2008's Visiter. WXPN

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Listen Top 10 Great Unknowns, From Second Stage

January 1, 2009 – While bigger bands attracted more attention, smaller acts made the year's most memorable music.

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Listen The Dodos: Frenetic and Joyful WXPN

April 7, 2008 – The Dodos' music combines the propulsive drive of Sonic Youth with the quirks of Animal Collective. WXPN

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Watch Dodos No Longer an Extinct Species

April 4, 2008 – The San Francisco duo the Dodos play songs from their new disc, Visiter.

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Listen The Dodos: 'Walking' and 'Red and Purple'

March 28, 2008 – The Dodos are an experimental folk duo with a richly produced new album called 'Visiter.'

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Listen The Dodos: 'Trades & Tariffs'

November 21, 2007 – Meric Long and Logan Kroeber write experimental psyche-folk as The Dodos.

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