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Parquet Courts' is an American new-age punk band from New York and have really been developing a following lately. Their third album, Sunbathing Animal, hit #55 on the US Billboard Charts and their most recent  album, Human Performance, hit #50 in the UK.  Their fourth album, Content Nausea, was released November, 2014 and was well received. The band released Content Nausea under the band name Parkay Quarts, which is fairly humorous. Mike Powell, a writer for Pitchfork, wrote: "Nausea is easier to listen to than Sunbathing Animal in part because it seems less ambitious." They have a raw punk energy however, the majority of this album sounds more refined and does not sound as though they recorded the album in a garage (though I will say, some of their songs retain that vibe). By this album it appears as though the band is settling in and becoming more comfortable because the length of their tracks are becoming more than two minutes. Parquet Courts does an interesting cover of  "These Boots are Made for Walkin'", it is surprisingly likable for any fan. They most remind me of Ty Segall and FIDLAR while maintaining their own characteristics.


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