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"Venus" with Upper Wilds (2021 Thrill Jockey Records)
"Quarantine Covers" (2020 Bandcamp Self-Release)
"Fanfare" (2019 Thrill Jockey Records)
"Mars" with Upper Wilds (2018 Thrill Jockey Records)
"Guitar Module 2017" with Upper Wilds (2017 Thrill Jockey Records)
"Life" (2015 Thrill Jockey Records)
"Total Folklore" (2013 Thrill Jockey Records)
"Valedictorian/Exoskeleton EP" (2012 Thrill Jockey Records)
"Staring Contest" 7" collaboration w/ Mincemeat or Tenspeed (2011 Ormolycka Records)
"Constant Future" with Parts & Labor (2011 Jagjaguwar Records)
"Receivers" with Parts & Labor (2008 Jagjaguwar Records)
"Ghost Town" (2008 Important Records)
"Live on WFMU 1995" with Squidlaunch (2008 Spooky Tree Records)
"Escapers Two" with Parts & Labor (2007 Ace-Fu Records)
"Mapmaker" with Parts & Labor (2007 Jagjaguwar Records)
"Escapers One" with Parts & Labor (2006 Brooklyn Beats Records)
"Stay Afraid" with Parts & Labor (2006 Jagjaguwar Records)
"Obsoleter" (2005 Night People/Spooky Tree Records)
"Sunburn" (2004 Velocirecords)
"Rise, Rise, Rise" with Parts & Labor (split album with Tyondai Braxton, 2003 Narnack Records)
"Groundswell" with Parts & Labor (2003 JMZ Records)
"Broken Man Going To Work" (2001 Self-released)

"This is noise pop that doesn't stint on either side of the bargain, striking a perfect balance between cataclysmic and catchy." - Pitchfork

"They're not electronic dance music; they are marches and rockers, with melodies running at speeds from processional to punk while whizzing, crashing, sliding, beeping, chirping sounds ricochet all over. The key is that the melodies are hearty ones.. It's a merry onslaught." - The New York Times

"Fantastic miniature slabs of electronic noise, rhythm and melody, Friel's solo releases played to the lo-fi avant-garde set, but also manifested as melancholy pop." - NPR

"You're probably about 10 to 15% more powerful then you were before you heard that track" - Tom Ravenscroft, BBC

"Strange and wonderful, and best of all, unlike anything else we can think of." - Time Out New York

Village Voice
Tiny Mix Tapes
The Out Door
WNYC's Soundcheck (w/ in-studio set)
Alarm Magazine co-interview w/ Brian Chippendale (Lightning Bolt/Black Pus)
Low Times Podcast