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Review: Of Montreal’s ‘Innocence Reaches’ Really Is Reaching

Of Montreal used to be quite winsome, and you won't get any more pleasure from complaining about their 14th album than you would listening to it.
Anna Gaca / August 11, 2016

Stream of Montreal’s ‘Innocence Reaches’ a Week Before Its Release

Attention, experimental pop fans: You have a matter of hours before getting caught up this weekend's impending Frank Ocean wave, and you can use it to listen to of Montreal's Innocence Reaches a…
Brian Josephs / August 4, 2016

Of Montreal Break Out the ’80s Sax on ‘My Fair Lady’

Last month, Georgian indie-pop staples of Montreal shared a brand-new single called "It's Different for Girls" and news of their 13th studio album, Innocence Reaches.
Rachel Brodsky / July 21, 2016

Of Montreal Throw a Party in New ‘It’s Different for Girls’ Video

Of Montreal's new synth-dance single "It's Different for Girls" is an immensely quotable, spiritual sequel to LCD Soundsystem's "Drunk Girls" down to the pee commentary…
Dan Weiss / June 30, 2016

Of Montreal Drop ‘It’s Different for Girls’ and Announce New Album

Zane Lowe has been on a roll for a while: He's gotten premieres from Chance the Rapper, Kaytranada, and now, of Montreal. The Georgian outfit…
Brian Josephs / June 1, 2016

Watch of Montreal’s Elaborate Stop-Motion ‘Last Rites at the Jane Hotel’ Video

If you know anything about stop-motion — the style of animation behind the original King Kong, Wallace and Gromit, and the first ever South Park episodes — you know…
James Grebey / August 6, 2015

Of Montreal Will Release a New Live Album, ‘Snare Lustrous Doomings’

In honor of the upcoming Record Store Day, Of Montreal have announced plans to release a live album called Snare Lustrous Doomings. Comprised of 19 tracks…
Rachel Brodsky / March 6, 2015

Of Montreal Are Streaming ‘Aureate Gloom’

With just a couple of weeks left to go before the release of Aureate Gloom, Of Montreal are streaming their thirteenth full-length album over at NPR.
Rachel Brodsky / February 23, 2015

Of Montreal Have the Sads in Psychedelic New Single, ‘Empyrean Abattoir’

Of Montreal are back with the second single from their forthcoming record, Aureate Gloom. Following the political-minded "Bassem Sabry," the Athens glam-pop's latest is titled "Empyrean…
Rachel Brodsky / January 7, 2015

Of Montreal Announce New Album, ‘Aureate Gloom,’ Due in March

Gender-bending glam-pop collective of Montreal have announced their thirteenth album, due on March 3. Titled Aureate Gloom, the disc will have ten tracks. Of the record's…
Rachel Brodsky / December 9, 2014

Stream Of Montreal’s Psychotropic Sweet-Talker ‘Belle Glade Missionaries’

Of Montreal have already set free two tunes from their upcoming 12th album, and now the Georgian psych-peddlers have unleashed a third. Following "She Ain't…
Kyle McGovern / September 12, 2013

SPIN’s 50 Fall Albums That You Gotta Hear

School is back in session. The crops are being gathered. The pigskin ritual is afoot. And once again, we await the return of the Great…
SPIN Staff / September 3, 2013

Of Montreal’s ‘She Ain’t Speaking Now’ Is Full of Psychedelic Sickness

Give Kevin Barnes some credit — the Of Montreal singer knows how to turn family woes into upbeat pop tunes. As it turns out, he…
Dan Reilly / August 14, 2013

Of Montreal’s New ‘Lousy With Sylvianbriar’ Album Is Going to Be Even More Hippie-fied

Fans of Athens-addled psychodrama rejoice: Of Montreal are keeping up with their relentlessly prolific release schedule. On October 8, Polyvinyl will unleash the strange-pop collective's…
Kyle McGovern / July 10, 2013

Hear Painted Palms’ Ariel Pink-Indebted, Kevin Barnes-Approved ‘Carousel’

Painted Palms had an early benefactor in Of Montreal's Kevin Barnes, who heard Reese Donohue and Christopher Prudhomme's debut Canopy EP and invited the duo…
David Marchese / January 22, 2013
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