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Our Dismal Decade: A Highly Subjective Look at the Decade in Musicnew

The decade was imminently forgettable. But with great tribulation comes great art, and music saved my soul. It's no wonder this list is dominated by dour, dark music — as a mirror of emotion, it's practically flawless.
Dig Boston  |  David Day  |  12-30-2009  |  Music

Visions, Divisions, Impressions

The Strokes take solid steps in their own direction.
Charleston City Paper  |  Ballard Lesemann  |  09-30-2006  |  Profiles & Interviews

Style and Substancenew

The thing about The Strokes is that it's hard to separate the hype from the reality -- the reality last Saturday night was five skinny guys filling the FasMart Pavilion with one of the most enthusiastic crowds to come to a Richmond show.
Style Weekly  |  Brandon Reynolds  |  05-25-2006  |  Concerts

Different Strokesnew

Nikolai Fraiture says his band has changed -- what's he talkin' 'bout?
Westword  |  Michael Roberts  |  03-21-2006  |  Profiles & Interviews

Slowly Stroke Themnew

After you've tightened the trousers of a generation, what do you do for an encore?
Dallas Observer  |  Robert Wilonsky  |  03-20-2006  |  Profiles & Interviews

Let It Bleednew

The new Strokes record gets darker, deeper and louder than previous efforts.
Nashville Scene  |  Tracy Moore  |  01-11-2006  |  Reviews

Finally Taking Chancesnew

The album won't necessarily up the Strokes' sales or exposure, but it should garner them more respect.
Creative Loafing (Atlanta)  |  Ray Cummings  |  01-05-2006  |  Reviews

Anything Left To Say?new

On First Impressions of Earth, the Strokes sound like a band determined to shed the one-trick-pony tag.
Boston Phoenix  |  Will Spitz  |  01-05-2006  |  Reviews

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