Arty London indie rockers Django Django wear coordinated outfits and occasionally work with visual artists to make a stronger impact live, but that’s about where the predictability ends. As last year’s critically acclaimed self-titled debut proved, the quartet is capable of fusing clickety-clackety electronics with prog-rock vocals, jam-band intuition, and (on songs like “Default” and “Life’s a Beach”) even something that sounds like an abused dulcimer. More impressive, the whole thing actually sounds fun. So much so, that Django (whose name was inspired by the Spaghetti western movies of yore, so “the D is silent”) were nominated for a Mercury Prize.
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