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New York 's Interpol reminds anybody who has ever heard post-punk bands like Joy Division and the Chameleons of those precise bands, plus a few more. The roots of the band -- as far as its members are considered -- can be traced back to a partnership between Daniel Kessler (a guitarist and vocalist) and a member of New York University student named Greg Drudy (a drummer). Kessler struck up a friendship with another NYU student, Carlos Dengler, who had formerly played guitar and felt like becoming drawn in with music for a second time. He took up the bass and keyboard duties. And by sheer accident, Kessler later bumped into Paul Banks, a guitarist/vocalist he knew from time spent in France.
With the lineup settled, Interpol turned out to be a fully active band in 1998. After the band's first gigs in early 2000, Drudy left his position and was replaced by Sam Fogarino. Interpol began playing out often, including usual appearances at clubs in and around New York like Brownie's and the Mercury Lounge. A short tour of the U.K. in April of 2001 was punctuated by a radio session for John Peel's BBC program; at that point, the Interpol band was touring in support of a limited-edition EP released through the Chemikal Underground label's Fukd I.D. series. (They had also appeared on a compilation that was released just prior to Fukd I.D. called Clooney Tunes for another U.K. indie, Fierce Panda.) 2001 also saw a self-released EP from the band and another compilation appearance on Arena Rock's This Is Next Year, a double-disc set of Brooklyn-area acts. Matador signed the band in 2002 and issued a three-song single and the band's debut LP (Turn on the Bright Lights) by year's end. The album made the Interpol indie stars, and wide touring around the world followed. Just before releasing their second album (Antics) in September of 2004, they opened for the Cure as part of that band's Curiosa Festival. ~ Andy Kellman, All Music Guide
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