album review: the dodos
    • FRIDAY, MARCH 18, 2011

    • Posted by: Matt Howard

    The latest product of alternative, indie-rockers, The Dodos, is their fourth studio album, No Color. The popularity of indie music has provided listeners with unfathomable amounts of experimental projects. Although many unique, sonic explorations continue to surface, we experience countless instances of imitation. The Dodos, however, exemplify musical innovation with their instrumentally alternative means of creating meticulously constructed tunes. The duo's second album, Visiter, was the earliest indicator of their investigative, instrumental techniques. Kroeber's speedy, percussive brilliance was highlighted throughout the album. In their third album, Time To Die, the group receded away from their prior brilliance. No Color, once again, provides listeners with The Dodos' extraordinary deviance from the norm.


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