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'Transference,' 'Songs for Chris Knox,' 'Contra'new

Spoon might just be the most reliable franchise in indie rock. Transference is just like the previous seven albums: clean-cut but ballsy, uptempo but not even a little bit aggro. Guitar, bass, drums, keys, singer Britt Daniel's fine rasp — everybody's on the same page, synched up, interlocking.
Philadelphia City Paper  |  Patrick Rapa  |  02-02-2010  |  Reviews

Spoon: What's Left Behind After the Layers Are Peelednew

The Austin, Texas quartet Spoon engineers its music with laser-focused precision, and no sound is wasted. Spoon's sixth album Ga Ga Ga Ga Ga adds another installment to the band's repertoire of hollowed-out and ultra-slim post-punk.
Gambit  |  Alex Woodward  |  04-24-2009  |  Music

Britt Daniel Loosens Up Lyricallynew

Daniel brings his own oddly contoured thoughts on home like a soul man.
Baltimore City Paper  |  Michaelangelo Matos  |  07-31-2007  |  Profiles & Interviews

Spoon's 'Ga Ga Ga Ga Ga'new

Spoon's sixth LP beams with decades of research and development by one Britt Daniel.
Austin Chronicle  |  Darcie Stevens  |  07-16-2007  |  Reviews

Band of Paradoxesnew

Spoon keeps up its streak of winning albums with Ga Ga Ga Ga Ga.
Tucson Weekly  |  Michael Petitti  |  07-12-2007  |  Reviews

Spoon's Latest is Fresh Yet Familiarnew

Ga Ga Ga Ga Ga infuses cool minimalism with flourishes of something warmer.
Creative Loafing (Atlanta)  |  Corey Licht  |  07-12-2007  |  Reviews

That's the Way They Get Bynew

Spoon's Britt Daniel turns his camera on.
Houston Press  |  Scott Faingold  |  02-07-2006  |  Profiles & Interviews

Comeback Clipsnew

A music-video renaissance is afoot, but it's online, not on cable.
Houston Press  |  Chris Dahlen  |  01-03-2006  |  Music

Inventive Indienew

Spoon: How to reinvent yourself and win new friends.
Tucson Weekly  |  Stephen Seigel  |  06-17-2005  |  Profiles & Interviews

How the Fellas Got Their Groove Backnew

The Texas-based songsmiths of Spoon have delivered the groove again with their latest album, proving that a band with a terrible name can make great music.
Dig Boston  |  Chris Haire  |  06-01-2005  |  Reviews

Band Shoots for Success (Again)new

Britt Daniel's songs have one constant: Spoon's music is imbued with a reverence to soul and R&B beneath the surface of straightforward pop and artsy experimentation.
Creative Loafing (Atlanta)  |  Nikhil Swaminathan  |  05-26-2005  |  Profiles & Interviews

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