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Mogwai - Rave Tapes (2014)

20-12-2013, 11:35
Music | Rock | Electronic | Ambient

Mogwai - Rave Tapes (2014)

Artist: Mogwai
Title Of Album: Rave Tapes
Year Of Release: 2014
Label: Sub Pop Records
Genre: Post Rock, Electronic, Ambient
Quality: Mp3
Bitrate: 320 kbps
Total Time: 49:01 Min
Total Size: 118 Mb


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 Medecine For Regret
10. The Lord Is Out Of Control

Mogwai’s second album on Sub Pop, Rave Tapes, starts out on a slow-burning wavelength of ambient electronica, eventually building to Bill Frisell-esque jazz-rock grooves. A mystique broods around the namesake, and midway through the stylistic exploration on “Repelish,” a narrator talks about Led Zeppelin’s “Stairway to Heaven” being the most popular song in rock history, but there isn’t any overt sonic implication. The narrator then mentions how subliminal satanic messages were put on records in reverse while a decidedly unsatanic melody moves in and out.
The guitar spotlight shines brightest in “Hexon Bogon” with its exploding delay, and the next few tracks are an impressive procession of thumping percussion and distorted bass drones illuminated with bright solos and jabbing synthesizers. Mogwai certainly knows space well and has been successful with scoring, and this conjures feelings of flying or perhaps being embroiled in an epic action sequence of a video game.
These nuanced instrumental compositions would be perfectly at home with lyrics, their solid foundations topped with pleasingly funky layers, à la Tool or Radiohead. A few vocals are present, but the sense of their purpose is yet unclear. I might have to find Rave Tapes on vinyl, play it backwards, and see what happens.

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