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Interpol: Turn on the Bright Lights

Review by Devon Powers, PopMatters, August 2002

I FIND SOMETHING terribly tragic about Interpol. It's more than Paul Banks' elegiac vocals, which stir my gut every time I hear them, so much ...

Interpol: Bowery Ballroom, New York

Live Review by Devon Powers, PopMatters, September 2002

YOU'D NEVER guess from the pre-show mania that New York rockers Interpol are not yet superstars. ...

Best Music of 2002

Guide by Devon Powers, PopMatters, December 2002


Interpol: Trees, Dallas

Review and Interview by Toby Manning, Q, May 2003

It's not all post-punk brooding. They like drugs and girls too. ...


Interview by Chris Roberts, Uncut, September 2004

AT NO POINT during this interview do any of us snort intoxicants off the spines of tawny hookers or clamber naked to the top of ...


Profile and Interview by Ken Scrudato, Flaunt, September 2004

WHILST SERVING time in a French prison for pathological thieving, Jean Genet wrote that, "A man must dream a long time in order to act ...

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