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Julian Casablancas Says The Strokes Will Record New Music
Posted by Joseph Lee on 03.31.2014



In an interview with Mexican publication La Tercera (via NME), Julian Casablancas said that The Strokes will record new music in the future. Casablancas is set to release a new solo album with his band the Voidz. He recently debuted five of the songs from the album at SXSW in Austin, Texas. He compared the album to work from Black Flag and French electronic artist Sébastien Tellier.

He said: "There are 45 different things that I'd like to do. I do not like hearing the same genre for three songs in a row."

When asked about The Strokes, he replied: "We're trying to carry on as friends, taking it easy, recording a couple of songs, and do a couple of shows."





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