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Mysteries – New Age Music Is Here (2014)

23-11-2014, 13:12

Mysteries – New Age Music Is Here (2014)

Artist: Mysteries
Title Of Album: New Age Music Is Here
Year Of Release: 2014
Label: Felte Records
Genre: Electronic, Alternative Rock, Indie Rock
Quality: 320 | FLAC
Total Time: 50:30
Total Size: 116 | 310 Мb
WebSite: bandcamp


1. Introduction (New Age Music Is Here) 4:58
2. Knight Takes Rook 3:43
3. Newly Thrown 3:34
4. Stateless Wonder 4:26
5. Authenticity Machine 4:15
6. Motion 3:24
7. Ev'rything 3:22
8. I Wanna 3:14
9. Call and Response, With Morals 4:06
10. In the Dark 3:00
11. Deckard 4:16
12. Trust 8:12

With New Age Music Is Here, the anonymous trio Mysteries arrive seemingly out of nowhere to become one of Felte's most inventive bands. Of course, having no image at all is as much of a conscious -- and attention-getting -- choice as having a highly cultivated one, but hiding the band's identity does put the focus entirely on the music. Fortunately, it holds up to the scrutiny: Bookended by cryptic tracks filled with murmured vocals and simmering synths, over the course of the album Mysteries' style settles into a mix of hard-hitting beats, electronic washes, and emotive vocals. It's a sound with Lo-Fang's stark, futuristic alt-R&B, Grizzly Bear's lush harmonies, and Wild Beasts' dour sexuality -- especially on the pulsing "Motion" -- link the trio to the rest of the music world. However, Mysteries already rival their better-known contemporaries; it's easy to hear why some thought the band was the secret project of an already established artist. New Age Music Is Here's first third is among the finest stretch of songs on any 2014 album: "Knight Takes Rook" defines Mysteries' moody, high stakes electro-pop with towering, tumbling drums and subtly insistent keyboards. "Newly Thrown" pushes forward on kinetic percussion and vocals that add some warmth to the album's chilly atmosphere. Meanwhile, "Stateless Wonder" makes the most of their anonymity, with confessions "I'm not getting younger/I'm not feeling any older/So where have I gone?" conveying ambiguity with a riveting directness that distills their approach perfectly. The rest of New Age Music Is Here is nearly as striking, turning life's gray areas and awkward pauses into utterly compelling music. Mixed by John McEntire -- the only name associated with the entire project -- the album's impressionistic sound design and arrangements add to its depth, whether on the fascinating interplay on "Authenticity Machine" or "I Wanna"'s suffocating drums. Elsewhere, "Deckard"'s alien funk and the stately, poignant "Call and Response, With Morals" show the band has even more range than expected. Proving there's a difference between anonymous and faceless, New Age Music Is Here is an exciting introduction to Mysteries' world -- or at least, as much of it as they're willing to share.

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