Rock, Metal The best music site on the web there is where you can read about and listen to blues, jazz, classical music and much more. This is your ultimate music resource. Tons of albums can be found within. http://www.theblues-thatjazz.com/en/rock/2241.html Fri, 30 Sep 2022 19:03:48 +0000 Joomla! 1.5 - Open Source Content Management en-gb Mogwai - Hardcore Will Never Die But You Will (2011) http://www.theblues-thatjazz.com/en/rock/2241-mogwai/7991-mogwai-hardcore-will-never-die-but-you-will-2011.html http://www.theblues-thatjazz.com/en/rock/2241-mogwai/7991-mogwai-hardcore-will-never-die-but-you-will-2011.html Mogwai - Hardcore Will Never Die But You Will (2011)

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01. White Noise
02. Mexican Grand Prix
03. Rano Pano
04. Death Rays
05. San Pedro play
06. Letters To The Metro
07. George Square Thatcher Death Party play
08. How To Be A Werewolf
09. Too Raging To Cheers
10. You're Lionel Richie

Musicians:
* Dominic Aitchison – bass guitar
* Stuart Braithwaite – guitar
* Martin Bulloch – drums
* Barry Burns – guitar and keyboard
* John Cummings – guitar

 

The band was birthed in the halcyon days of the mid-‘90s and helped Glasgow become one of the real bright spots in the musical universe again. Not everyone gets Mogwai, but that’s what makes them great. Theirs is a majestic, powerful sound where barely a word is spoken yet it is the antithesis of background music. Album and song titles bemuse, confuse and delight in equal measure and live, they are utterly unstoppable. Recorded at Chem 19 studios with producer Paul Savage (who recorded 1997’s Mogwai Young Team), Hardcore Will Never Die, But You Will is the band’s seventh album. It’s a brave and instinctive album that is charged with an energy, spirit and intensity few can match. It is the sound of a band comfortable in their own skin, but clawing at the edges of their own capabilities, and drawing out something particularly special in the process.

‘Hardcore Will Never Die, But You Will’, was recorded over the summer at Chem 19 Studios, in Hamilton and mixed at The Castle Of Doom. ‘Hardcore’ is produced by Mogwai confidante Paul Savage (the man behind Mogwai’s exceptional 1997 ‘Mogwai Young Team’ album) and is the follow up to 2008’s magnum opus ‘The Hawk Is Howling’.

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Mogwai – Rave Tapes (2014) http://www.theblues-thatjazz.com/en/rock/2241-mogwai/15448-mogwai-rave-tapes-2014.html http://www.theblues-thatjazz.com/en/rock/2241-mogwai/15448-mogwai-rave-tapes-2014.html Mogwai – Rave Tapes (2014)

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01 – Heard About You Last Night
02 – Simon Ferocious
03 – Remurdered
04 – Hexon Bogon
05 – Repelish
06 – Master Card
07 – Deesh
08 – Blues Hour
09 – No Medicine For Regret
10 – The Lord Is Out Of Control
11 – Bad Magician 3 (Bonus Track)
12 – Die 1 Dislike! (Bonus Track)

Mogwai: 
Stuart Braithwaite – guitar, vocals 
Dominic Aitchison – bass, guitar 
Martin Bulloch – drums 
John Cummings – guitar
Barry Burns – guitar, bass, keyboards

 

I still remember the first time I heard “Stop Coming To My House.” Ever seen that Pale Blue Dot video, based on Carl Sagan’s monologue about the awesome inconsequence of earth? Mogwai’s closer to Happy Songs For Happy People was the perfect match. I recall my surprise after it so happened that Mogwai -a.k.a. that band I had associated completely with everything inoffensive and generic- were the culprits behind the track. Credit where credit’s due, though. And it wasn’t Mogwai’s last surprise. Hardcore Will Never Die, flawed as it may be, was evidence that the band’s engine was still running. There was a bombastic We can still invert our entire fucking aesthetic if we want to vibe on their previous record. It was heartening, it was exciting, it was Mogwai still managing to surprise me.

Best case scenario: Rave Tapes is a hiccup. The synth on Hardcore Will Never Die was a new bet that the band sunk their chips into. Rave Tapes relies even more heavily on this. The entirety of the record is spent dwelling on these synths and the lackluster percussion; seemingly Mogwai is trying to mesmerize listeners, to draw them in and ensnare them with the monotone production, the tepid tempo. The act tires about halfway through Rave Tapes. “Hexon Bogon” is my increasing boredom. “Repelish” is the awkwardly-introduced Led Zeppelin interview. “Mastercard” is my annoyance that apparently Mogwai doesn’t have the self-respect to add a semblance of diversity or change of pace to Rave Tapes. The band has put out filler-albums before (see: The Hawk Is Howling) and this is just as inoffensive and generic. Mogwai sound very much like the band I pre-judged them for being before I had heard them.

It’s easy for me to imagine that Mogwai can redeem themselves in the future. Long ago, they mastered the quiet-loud-quiet dynamic and emboldened it with a fresh vigor, like they had created it in the first place. Mogwai is a band that wasn’t afraid to shift from strings to synths because of their songwriting prowess. The band has tapped surprising wells of creativity before, not even a lackluster record like Rave Tapes makes me believe they’re somehow incapable of this in the future. Let’s all hope that the Mogwai album that makes us forget their inconsequential latest record comes sooner rather than later - not that I need much help forgetting about Rave Tapes. --- sputnikmusic.com

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