Album OTW: They Want My Soul From Spoon

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Spoon is one of the most successful and acclaimed bands to come out of the ‘90s Austin indie rock scene. Inspired by artists like the Pixies and Wire (and named after a song by Krautrockers Can), the band are experimentalists at heart, but their music found a wider audience in the 2000s with unlikely placements on TV shows like “The O.C.” It’s been four years since their last release, but Spoon have returned with an album they call their “loudest and gnarliest” ever. Listen as much as you want to “They Want My Soul” from Spoon, our Album of the Week.

Aidan Gille

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