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  1. Badal Reply

    Album Description. With effortless cool and a whole lot of attitude, San Fernando garage rock duo Deap Vally expand on their early White Stripes-meets-Black Keys assault with addictive grooves and space to breathe on their sophomore outing, Femejism.

  2. Mauzuru Reply

    Femejism, the new album from female duo Deap Vally, was produced by Yeah Yeah Yeahs guitarist Nick Zinner NME aptly described them as "a hippie Karen O fronting Black Sabbath" U.S. tour dates in October from Death From Above and Black Rebel Motorcycle Club `Smile More' video premiered June 7th, with coverage from CoS, NME, The Independent and more Black standard weight vinyl in /5(27).

  3. Moogugore Reply

    Rarely is it that a band can so alter their style without entirely losing their original sound, but Deap Vally pulls this off with masterful command. Lindsey Troy`s riffs are even more standout on this record, and she pushes herself with unique, awe-inspiring solos on tracks such as "Royal Jelly" and "Post-Funk."/5(27).

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