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The Official MGMT Website

Not incredibly informative about the band considering it's their main site. What it does have is a really interesting flash animation format, cool videos, and an air of mystery that will keep you coming back for more.

Caught in the Crossfire: MGMT Interview

"New York's pysch-indie youngsters MGMT are being hotly-tipped for 2008, and it's no surprise as their debut album Oracular Spectacular produced by the helping hand of David Fridmann should stop you in your tracks. They kindly flew into the Crossfire office on a magic carpet fuelled by last night's booze and had a chat with Zac about dogs and smelly fruit."

UGO: MGMT Interview

"MGMT have blown up. Capitalizing on a unique brand of psychedelic electro-rock (we like to call it "hippie-glitz"), anthemic lyrics you can't get out of your head, and a sense of irony that may or may not be ironic at all, the band has gone from a music blog footnote to a major label international act in less than a year."

You Ain't No Picasso: Interview with MGMT

The Ben half of the duo sits down to answer some questions, including how surreal it was to get signed to a label when they were not even trying.

MGMT Bio @myplay.com

The best and most interesting biography of the band we found in the interwebs, this writer even delves into quantum physics when discussing MGMT's unique sound and approach to music.

"MGMT's California Dream: Duo Get Experimental on Second LP"

This article is about MGMT's upcoming album, Congratulations, that will be released in early 2010 which, from the looks of it, is going to be even more avante garde and funky than Oracular Spectacular.

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