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Destroyer’s Möbius Jukebox: Dan Bejar's Infinite Twist of Listening and Creationnew

Describing Destroyer is a Sisyphean task, challenging and futile. Even if one manages to gruntingly roll a boulder of labels up the mountain, a new Destroyer record waits at the crown to kick it away, sending it bouncing down the slope to collapse in a pile of rubble and good intentions. Besides, what use is an accounting of elements without knowing the force that binds them?
VUE Weekly  |  Mary Christa O'Keefe  |  04-15-2011  |  Profiles & Interviews

Dan Bejar Creates Another Solid Albumnew

In between working on releases with his other projects (Swan Lake; Hello, Blue Roses and the New Pornographers), Dan Bejar somehow had time to record Trouble In Dreams.
NOW Magazine  |  Jordan Rimm  |  04-18-2008  |  Reviews

Gems From the North Countrynew

Dan Bejar makes language bloom.
Seattle Weekly  |  Rod Smith  |  05-03-2006  |  Profiles & Interviews

Sense U Been Gone

Destroyer's Rubies is not only Dan Bejar's best by far, it's also a bona fide masterpiece of opaque genius bullshit.
Washington City Paper  |  Michael Little  |  03-27-2006  |  Reviews

Wild Cardnew

Destroyer's Dan Bejar is no joker.
Montreal Mirror  |  Lorraine Carpenter  |  03-24-2006  |  Profiles & Interviews

Beyond His Inner Geeknew

Never before has a Destroyer album sounded so accessible.
Illinois Times  |  Rene Spencer Saller  |  03-03-2006  |  Reviews

Fragile, Elastic Masterpiecenew

Destroyer actually does destroy indie-rock wussitude, by channeling it into the sonic equivalent of a passive-aggressive apocalypse.
Westword  |  Jason Heller  |  02-28-2006  |  Reviews

Poetic & Overwhelmingnew

This album will strike some listeners as enlightenment and others as frippery, but all 10 tracks are dominated by Bejar's full-bore approach.
Creative Loafing (Atlanta)  |  Mosi Reeves  |  02-24-2006  |  Reviews

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