Deerhoof – ‘Future Teenage Cave Artists’ review: experimental rock veterans dig deep to cement legacy

Deerhoof

Credit: Shervin Lainez

The problem with setting your stall out as DIY punk futurologists is that eventually you live long enough to see how most of it pans out. Certainly this is true of San Franciscan racket merchants Deerhoof, who formed in 1994 and have spent the subsequent two-and-a-half decades devising and then tearing up templates for what an indie rock song might sound like. In that time they’ve witnessed a montage of horrors – social media, President Trump, the last two Animal Collective records.

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