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MGMT Little Dark Age Columbia February 9, 2018

MGMT — Little Dark Age (Feb. 9, 2018)

                      MGMT — Little Dark Age (Feb. 9, 2018)   MGMT — Little Dark Age (Feb. 9, 2018)Location: Middletown, Connecticut, United States
Genre: Indie Pop, Indie Rock, Psychedelic Rock
Album release: February 9, 2018
Studio: Tarbox Road Studios, (Cassadaga, New York)
Record Label: Columbia
Duration:     43:18
01. She Works Out Too Much     4:38
02. Little Dark Age     5:00
03. When You Die     4:24
04. Me and Michael     4:50
05. Tslamp     4:30
06. James     3:52
07. Days That Got Away     4:45
08. One Thing Left to Try     4:20
09. When You’re Small     3:31
10. Hand It Over     4:18
Producer: Dave Fridmann, MGMT, Patrick Wimberly
♦δ♦       Andrew VanWyngarden — lead vocals, guitar, keyboards, bass guitar, drums, percussion
♦δ♦       Ben Goldwasser — vocals, keyboards, guitar, percussion
Other members:
♦δ♦       Will Bermandrums, percussion, harmonica, backing vocals (touring musician 2005, 2008~present) drums, guitar, bass, additional vocals (studio musician 2009~2010)
♦δ♦       Matt Astibass guitar, backing vocals (touring musician 2007~present), guitar, bass, piano, percussion, additional vocals (studio musician 2009~2010)
♦δ♦       James Richardson — drums (2007~2008); lead guitar, keyboards, backing vocals ( touring musician 2008~present) guitar, percussion, keyboards, additional vocals (studio musician 2009~2010)
♦δ♦       Hank Sullivantguitar, keyboards (touring musician 2007~2008; 2013~2014)
♦δ♦       Simon O’Connorbass guitar, backing vocals (touring musician 2017~present)Fotka uživatele Ben Tais Amundssen.♦δ♦       MGMT’s fourth album officially has a street date: Little Dark Age drops Feb. 9 via Columbia Records, with preorders opening this Friday, Jan. 19. Andrew VanWyngarden and Ben Goldwasser have also unveiled a new tour and shared a behind~the~scenes video documenting the album’s making at Tarbox Road Studios in Cassadaga, N.Y.
♦δ♦       The band’s extensive North American headlining tour, sandwiched between various European dates, is set to kick off in March with a St. Paul, Minn. show. MGMT will play Chicago’s Riviera Theatre, New York City’s Kings Theatre and Brooklyn Steel, and Hollywood’s Palladium, among other venues, wrapping up their run in Tempe, Ariz. on May 20 before returning to Europe for more shows. Tickets for all dates go on sale this Friday, as well.
♦δ♦       Previous singles from MGMT’s forthcoming album include the title track, “When You Die” and “Hand It Over” — you can find the full tracklist below. Little Dark Age follows MGMT’s Grammy~nominated 2007 debut, Oracular Spectacular, as well as acclaimed 2010 followup Congratulations and the band’s 2013 self~titled album, which was their least well~received.
♦δ♦       The band previewed their new album in a December interview, with VanWyngarden calling the LP “more relaxed” than MGMT. They also discussed collaborating with Connan Mockasin and Ariel Pink on the album, and how an acid trip inspired “James.” “I spent hours screaming at the top of my lungs about Pakistan,” VanWyngarden recalled. Patrick Wimberly (Chairlift, Kelela, Blood Orange) and Dave Fridmann (Flaming Lips, Spoon, Tame Impala) also served as producers on Little Dark Age. David MacNutt directed the album’s mini making~of movie.   δ♦δ      https://www.pastemagazine.com/
♦δ♦       MGMT have detailed their new album Little Dark Age. The follow~up to their 2013 self~titled album arrives February 9 via Columbia. It features production from Patrick Wimberly (formerly of Chairlift) and Dave Fridmann (Flaming Lips, Spoon, Tame Impala). The record includes the previously released songs “Hand It Over,” “When You Die,” and “Little Dark Age.”
by Kevin Lozano, OCTOBER 17 2017
♦δ♦       In the 10 years since their debut, Oracular Spectacular, MGMT have gone through a number of identity changes to shed the “shaman chic” vibe they once embraced. With “Little Dark Age,” the lead single from their first album in four years, they’re moving again, this time from hippie to goth. But these broad archetypes, as John Hughes’ high school dramas demonstrated, may not be all that different. Though the band may have abandoned the flower crown looks of their earlier career, their latest isn’t actually so different in sound. A feeling of costumery pervades much of “Little Dark Age”: MGMT heavily reference the Cure’s goth pop, replacing candy~colored synths with darker, more brooding models. Altogether the instrumentation feels more like an homage than a thoughtful reinvention, with turgid vocals bringing the song down. In interviews, they signaled a desire to be known more for the headier sound of records like 2010’s Congratulations or 2013’s MGMT. They seem to be changing their mind. “Little Dark Age” acknowledges the drama and colorful ridiculousness of their earliest material is what worked best for them. While this pivot certainly makes sense, it could have yielded a better song.  ♦δ♦     https://pitchfork.com/
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