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Posted by Perry Eaton  October 2, 2013 01:08 PM

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Brooklyn quartet Parquet Courts came in storming last Fall with their debut LP Light Up Gold. Next Tuesday, the band will release their follow-up EP, Tally All the Things That You Broke on What's Your Rupture?, but you can stream the whole damn thing right here, right now.

The first few tracks maintain their signature lighthearted punk feel, but they stray away from the formula for the last couple tracks. "Fall On Yr Face" is a standard bluesy stomp, but allows the band to stretch their limbs with some different kinds of distortion for much different final product. The big standout track, however, is the seven-and-a-half minute hip-hop influenced "He's Seeing Paths" which seems to channel Odelay-era Beck. It's cool stuff, give yourself a listen below.

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