With accents as thick as their riffs, English rockers the Arctic Monkeys pull together infectious hooks and clever lyrics. Having been together since 2002, the Arctic Monkeys won the Mercury Prize in 2006 for their album, "Whatever People Say I Am, That's What I'm Not" and have continued to rise in popularity ever since.
Released in August, their latest album, "Humbug," was co-proudced by Josh Homme of Queens of the Stone Age. It was recorded partially in Los Angeles and partially in Joshua Tree where Homme's "The Desert Sessions" were recorded.
Songs performed: "Dance Little Liar," "Cornerstone," and "Crying Lightning."
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- Arctic Monkeys perform in the Current studio After Alex Turner and Jamie Cook received guitars for Christmas, they made practicing a full time obsession. All of that practicing paid off when the band inked their first recording deal with the label Domino in the spring of 2004.