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Mogwai — Rave Tapes (2014)

 Mogwai — Rave Tapes (2014)

Mogwai — Rave Tapes

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★   Glasgow-based post-rock slow burners create epic, atmospheric instrumental music.
Formed: 1996 in Glasgow, Scotland
Location: Glasgow, Scotland, UK
Album release: January 20 (UK), 21 (US), 2014
Record Label: Rock Action/Sub Pop Records
Duration:     48:52
01 Heard About You Last Night     5:22
02 Simon Ferocious     4:48
03 Remurdered     6:25
04 Hexon Bogon     2:35
05 Repelish     3:56
06 Master Card     3:57
07 Deesh     5:33
08 Blues Hour     6:17
09 No Medecine For Regret     5:39
10 The Lord Is Out Of Control     4:30
Band members:
★   Stuart Braithwaite — guitar, vocals (1995–present)
★   Dominic Aitchison — bass, guitar (1995–present)
★   Martin Bulloch — drums (1995–present)
★   John Cummings — guitar, laptop (1995–present)
★   Barry Burns — guitar, bass, keyboards, synthesizer, flute, vocals (1998–present)
★   Brendan O'Hare — keyboards, guitar (1997)
Occasional contributor and touring member:
★   Luke Sutherland — violin, guitar, vocals (1998–present)
About album:
By Amy Phillips and Evan Minsker on October 28, 2013 at 09:05 a.m.
>   Mogwai‘s last proper LP was 2011's Hardcore Will Never Die, But You Will. They’re following that up with Rave Tapes, which is out January 21 in the U.S. via Sub Pop and January 20 in the UK via their own Rock Action label. Rave Tapes was produced by Mogwai and Paul Savage, who also worked with them on Young Team.
>   Clocking in at just under 50 minutes, the 10-track album is a lustrous collection mined from the same quarry as its predecessors, wreathed in painterly textures underpinned by increasingly electronic beats. The haunted strains of Deesh channel the slow-burning ecstasy of their 2006 song “Auto Rock” (a key presence in the denouement of Michael Mann’s film of Miami Vice that year) while the guitars on which Mogwai built their reputation remain, if for the most part less overtly belligerent this time round, as evidenced by the somnambulant opener “Heard About You Last Night” and the sonic scowl of “Hexon Bogon”. With Rave Tapes, Mogwai’s mastery of sound and space is firmly at its apex.
>   Created in summer 2013 in the band’s Castle Of Doom studio in Glasgow, the record marks the latest phase in the group’s increasingly substantial canon — since the dawn of this decade, Mogwai have released four full-length records, one live album, two EPs and three singles. Factor in a pancontinental live schedule in support of one of those albums, Hardcore Will Never Die, But You Will, plus myriad festival appearances and you get a sense of how much of themselves the members of Mogwai invest in their work. (Fortaken from pitchfork.com)
11-28 Cambridge, England — The Junction
12-01 Camber Sands, England — All Tomorrow's Parties
01-22 Newcastle, England — Mill Volvo Tyne Theatre
01-24 London, England — Royal Festival Hall
01-25 London, England — Royal Festival Hall
01-27 Manchester, England — Bridgewater Hall
01-28 Glasgow, Scotland — Royal Concert Hall
01-30 Amsterdam, Netherlands — Paradiso
02-01 Brussels, Belgium — Ancienne Belgique
02-02 Brussels, Belgium — Ancienne Belgique
02-03 Paris, France — Olympia
02-04 Frankfurt, Germany — Batschkapp
02-05 Munich, Germany — Backstage Werk
02-06 Berlin, Germany — Tempodrom
03-23 Gothenburg, Sweden — Konserthuset
03-24 Stockholm, Sweden — Cirkus
03-25 Copenhagen, Denmark — Koncertsalen
03-26 Hamburg, Germany — Grosse Freiheit
03-27 Zurich, Switzerland — Volkshaus
03-29 Nimes, France — Paloma
04-01 Karlsruhe, Germany — Substage
04-02 Cologne, Germany — E-Werk
04-03 Lille, France — Aeronef
Website: http://www.mogwai.co.uk/
MySpace: https://myspace.com/mogwai
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/mogwai
• Mogwai Young Team (1997)
Come on Die Young (1999)
Rock Action (2001)
Happy Songs for Happy People (2003)
Mr Beast (2006)
The Hawk Is Howling (2008)
Hardcore Will Never Die, But You Will (2011)
Rave Tapes (2014)

Birth name: Stuart Leslie Braithwaite
Born: 10 May 1976
Origin: Dalserf, South Lanarkshire, Scotland
Instruments: Guitar, vocals, bass guitar, piano, synthesizer, drums
Notable instruments: Fender Telecaster Standard, Gibson Les Paul Deluxe
>   Braithwaite's musical technique is characterized by the heavy usage of effects pedals, used to create ambient instrumental guitar sounds. As with much music associated with the post-rock style, his playing emphasizes melody and dynamic contrast over virtuosity.
Early life (1976–1994):
>   Braithwaite grew up listening to records by The Cure, Joy Division, The Stooges, The Velvet Underground, Black Sabbath and other artists. He attended Strathaven Academy from 1987 — 1993. Before playing in Mogwai, Braithwaite fronted a band called Deadcat Motorbike, who broke up in June 1995. Braithwaite also drummed for Scottish band Eska at one point.
Origin: Glasgow, Scotland
>   Musician and record producer, best known for being a member of Glaswegian band Mogwai, mostly playing guitar, as well as programming, keyboards and vocals.
Throughout his time in Mogwai, Cummings has mainly used various models of the Fender Telecaster Custom and Gibson SG, often using irregular tunings.
Effects pedals:
★   Boss OS-2 Overdrive/Distortion
★   Boss ODB-3 Bass Overdrive
★   Boss TR-2 Tremolo
★   Boss TU-2 Chromatic Tuner
★   Electro-Harmonix HOG
★   Electro-Harmonix Holy Stain
★   Electro-Harmonix Stereo Memory Man With Hazarai
★   Jim Dunlop Uni-Vibe
★   MXR Carbon Copy Delay
★   MXR Kerry King 10 Band EQ
★   T-Rex Dr Swamp Distortion/Overdrive

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