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Spoon turn up the heat with ‘Hot Thoughts’

In their review for Spoon’s last outing — 2014’s still-excellent “They Want My Soul” — Rolling Stone wrote that “no failed electronic experiment […] has sullied [Spoon’s] run.” Which is hilarious, because the band’s newest album, “Hot Thoughts,” might be considered an electronic experiment, but certainly not a failed one. “Hot Thoughts” introduces splashes of electronica…

Grab a Spoonful

The band’s signature low-fi garage sound is highlighted, almost overdone, almost to remind fans that despite the commercial and popular success of “Ga Ga Ga Ga Ga,” that Spoon haven’t reneged on their solidly built minimal style.