Ratatat

electronic/instrumental duo

Band

Mike Stroud - Guitar, Synthesizers
Evan Mast - Bass, Synthesizers

Ratatat on KCRW

Ratatat's fifth studio album, Magnifique -- their first in five years -- is a return to their core guitar-driven sound after the sonic experimentation of their last two records.

Ratatat

Ratatat's fifth studio album, Magnifique -- their first in five years -- is a return to their core guitar-driven sound after the sonic experimentation of their last two records.

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