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Album Review: Car Seat Headrest – Teens Of Style

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Car Seat Headrest – helmed by ridiculously talented and prolific songwriter Will Toledo – release much anticipated album “Making a Door Less Open” today, on Matador Records. It’s their first set of brand new songs since 2016’s awesome “Teens Of Denial” and for long-time Car Seat Headrest fans it will be both a challenging and …

Car Seat Headrest – band vehicle for ridiculously talented and prolific songwriter Will Toledo – release much anticipated album “Making a Door Less Open” on May 1st, on Matador Records. Ahead of the album, they’ve just released new single “Hollywood”. The single is accompanied by an animated video by Sabrina Nichols featuring Toledo’s alternate persona ‘Trait’. …

Out on May 1st via the ever brilliant Matador Records is ‘Making a door less open’, the new record from Car Seat Headrest. Four years in the making, Will Toledo recorded Reto versions of the album – one live with guitars, drums and bass, and one under his alter ego ‘Trait’, as 1 Trait Danger, …

  My Boy is the latest single released by Car Seat Headrest before the re-release of their album Twin Fantasy on the 16th February – this Friday. It’s the first track on the album so it gives you a glimpse into how it’s going to sound with all the extra development the whole album has …

Indie rock group Car Seat Headrest are re-releasing their classic 2011 album Twin Fantasy on the 16th of February. The same songs re-recorded, re-imagined and professionally finished, with plenty of new flourishes and extra touches to make the experience totally different to whatever you were expecting. The 2011 Twin Fantasy album was originally self-released on …

“It was never a finished work,” Will Toledo aka Car Seat Headrest says of his 2011 Bandcamp album Twin Fantasy, “and it wasn’t until last year that I figured out how to finish it.” With the success he’s had over the last year, he’s now tackled the record again, re-recorded and re-imagined it, and it …

Seattle’s Will Toledo had a 2016 to remember. Recording as Car Seat headrest he had already recorded a handful of albums, but signing to Matador and releasing ‘Teens of Denial’ saw him rocket into a lot of music fans psyche, and earn plaudits and admiring glances at what became on of the most acclaimed albums …

I recently read a rather poignant article over at Pitchfork about Sparklehorse’s Mark Linkous. In it they talked about when he’d write a song that was deemed to “poppy” by his inner critic he’d add sonic grime over top to dirty it up. He’d also use $20 junk yard mics to record his vocals with …