Destroyer’s Evolution of Sound

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Vancouver, B.C.-based band Destroyer released their 13th album, Labyrinthitis, on March 25.

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Vancouver, B.C.-based band Destroyer released their 13th album, Labyrinthitis, on March 25. Since their first album nearly 30 years ago, the band’s sound has evolved from experimental folk to pulsing disco. Sound & Vision’s assistant producer Roddy Nikpour spoke with frontman Dan Bejar about Destroyer’s new album, their upcoming tour (playing in Seattle April 23), and what keeps him inspired. 

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