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Rumpus Room Xiu Xiu, Liars 03:44
The Garden Was Crowded and Outside Liars 02:44
This Dust Makes That Mud Liars 30:07
Nothing Is Ever Lost or Can Be Lost My Science Friend Liars 03:03
We Live NE of Compton Liars 03:01
Mess On A Mission Liars 04:05
Tumbling Walls Buried Me in the Debris Liars 04:04
Why Midnight Walked but Didn't Ring Her Bell Liars 00:51
Mr Your On Fire Mr Liars 02:27
Grown Men Don't Fall in the River, Just Like That Liars 03:03

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As New York became a hotbed of skinny-jeaned, new wave bands in the early Noughties, Liars originally took a stance as arty punk hipsters alongside the likes of The Strokes and The Rapture. Meeting at art school in Los Angeles, Angus Andrew (vocals) and Aaron Hemphill (guitar) moved to the Big Apple and started the group with Pat Noecker (bass) and Ron Albertson (drums), releasing debut They Threw Us All In A Trench and Stuck A Monument On Top (2001) to a wave of critical hype. As Australian front man Angus became famed for his relationship with Yeah Yeah Yeahs star Karen O, Noecker and Albertson departed in 2002, replaced by Julian Gross (drums). Retreating to a cabin in the woods with producer Dave Sitek, the band developed a stark, desolate sound full of fevered rhythms and eerie harmonies on They Were Wrong, So We Drowned (2004) and Drum's Not Dead (2006), drawing comparisons with Public Image Ltd. By now fully fledged experimental outsiders, fourth album Liars (2007) added another layer crunching distortion and rumbling bass before Sisterworld (2010) offered primal howls, ethereal atmospherics and thundering crescendos of angst. Sisterworld also came with a remix album by contemporaries and fans of the band including Thom Yorke, The Melvins and Devendra Banhart.