Ten years out of the game is a long time for anyone. But for The Dismemberment Plan it may seem even longer. In the decade since the Washington-born ensemble called it a day, the hyperventilating art-punk genre they once excelled in has been pounded, pummelled, and packaged into something that sells records and everything else—from potato chips to high-end motors. (via The Dismemberment Plan: Uncanney Valley (Partisan) Review | Under the Radar - Indie Music Magazine)

Ten years out of the game is a long time for anyone. But for The Dismemberment Plan it may seem even longer. In the decade since the Washington-born ensemble called it a day, the hyperventilating art-punk genre they once excelled in has been pounded, pummelled, and packaged into something that sells records and everything else—from potato chips to high-end motors. (via The Dismemberment Plan: Uncanney Valley (Partisan) Review | Under the Radar - Indie Music Magazine)

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