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DESTROYER

Destroyer’s Rubies

2006-02-07

A collection of shrewd pop music. Equal parts cynicism, disdain, hope and humor; self referential, self-mocking, sagacious and coy.

Bejar’s Dylanesque flare for biting and sardonic wit and his nods to the glam and bombastic folk approaches of early Tyrannosaurus Rex and Bowie recordings have clearly distanced “Destroyer” from the more straightforward pop of his “other” band, “The New Pornographers.” -P

NO PLAY 1,3,5,6,7

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