Animal Collective

psychedelic band

Band

Band:
Panda Bear, Geologist, Avey Tare (multi-instrumentalists)
Jeremy Hyman – Drums

Animal Collective on KCRW

Animal Collective have been rewriting the musical map with their unique brand of psychedelic pop for 15 years.

Animal Collective

Animal Collective have been rewriting the musical map with their unique brand of psychedelic pop for 15 years.

from Morning Becomes Eclectic

Baltimore's Animal Collective has always been considered an experimental band but they stretch even their own boundaries with their new release.

Animal Collective

Baltimore's Animal Collective has always been considered an experimental band but they stretch even their own boundaries with their new release.

from Morning Becomes Eclectic

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