Django Django
Django Django - Django Django
Critic Score
Based on 18 reviews
2012 Rank: #68 / 929
User Score
Based on 133 ratings
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CRITIC REVIEWS

91
Paste

Everything combines to enrich, enliven and add texture to the band’s wild aesthetic, which is unlike anything else you’re going to experience this year.

90
No Ripcord

The melodies are catch and pleasing, full of sharply written, witty lyricism. Not a thing about it is forced. It’s a classic slow grower, immediately pleasing but not striking.

72
Pitchfork

Django Django are bursting with ideas and an intriguing aesthetic that would suggest that their own goals are very keenly defined

70
Consequence of Sound

For all its spaced-out, psychedelic wonder and tendency to jump all over the musical map, Django Django comes across as too honest to ever feel over the top. 

70
PopMatters

Their creativity merits praise, and the end result has much to offer.

Dec 9, 2016
gradys_kitchen
85
When a band wears its influences on its sleeve, it's often looked down upon by critics and 'music enthusiasts'. To me it is always an over reaction. These are influences, not musicians playing in a tribute band. Django Django bring back the sound of The Beta Band but with better pop structure and no slow burners. I love most everything from the Beta Band, but admittedly recognize the dour somds or the ambient like experimentations. Django Django employs the same creativity and blend of sounds ... read more
May 7, 2016
Felindie
80
Fav Tracks: Default , Waveforms , Silver Rays
May 10, 2015
thierry
69
Pounding, experimental indie pop that is taken to different effects in each song.

Hail Bop, Default, Love's Dart, Storm, Skies Over Cairo
May 6, 2015
SiberianBreaks
46
The album starts out quite promising with the undeniably fun 'Hail Bop.' Then, it quickly unfolds into your typical indie flavour of the month album with a handful of painfully bland moments. I still see potential for their sound.

Favourite tracks: Hail Bop, Life's a Beach
Sep 20, 2012
90
just fun


Added on: February 5, 2012