“The fans tend to go along with us whatever we do, which is cool.”
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As the country gets in full summer festival spirit there’s no time like the present for the unveiling of the 2015 Perth International Arts Festival’s full program and its complete music lineup. Held over 24 nights, the Perth festival music lineup boasts an eclectic selection of artists covering a variety of genres from pop to
Mogwai will embark on their first headlining national tour in six years when they return to Aus for Adelaide Festival 2015. Mogwai will also play Brisbane and Melbourne on top of their already announced performance at the Sydney Opera House. Touring behind their eighth studio album Rave Tapes, the Scottish six-piece’s new dates are Sunday,
The Sydney Opera House’s 2015 Music At The House summer program is a biggie. The venue’s contemporary music program will present 20 performances between December 2014 and April 2015, with artists such as Swedish singer-songwriter Lykke Li, beat-wizard Flying Lotus, synth-pop outfit Little Dragon and the ever-controversial Sinead O’Connor set to play the building’s iconic
The Adelaide Festival of Arts has again unveiled a massive music program for 2015, which includes a stellar line-up of experimental acts including Detroit godfathers of techno Model 500, Post-rock mainstays Mogwai and UK experimental rock legends 65daysofstatic. With highlights including imaginative interpretations of seminal works and new and legendary names in experimental music Adelaide
Post-rock mainstays Mogwai, whose set at the 2014 instalment of Glastonbury Festival later this month coincides with the appearance of headliners Metallica, say that while they understand the motivations behind booking the metal icons, they sympathise with the mixed reactions of punters. When put to the band that the thrash veterans’ booking had proven controversial
When All Tomorrow’s Parties announced their last ever holiday camp event, dubbed End Of An Era, they recruited Melbourne’s Civil Civic to share the stages with Mogwai, Ty Segull, and Fuck Buttons. Asked why, co-organiser Deborah Kee Higgins explained, “’cause they’re awesome.” “We first played an ATP event in Melbourne on invitation from The Drones
Rave Tapes, the eighth studio album from Scottish post-rock veterans Mogwai is a reminder that the group are still learning when it comes to electronic experimentation. Recorded in their Glaswegian ‘Castle Of Doom’ alongside producer Paul Savage, who lent his talents to 2011’s masterful Hardcore Will Never Die, But You Will, the album frames Mogwai’s
Canadian indie darlings Arcade Fire, histrionic space rockers Muse and reunited hip hop crew Outkast will headline the 2014 Coachella Festival, joining a strong Aussie contingent of Flume, Jagwar Ma, Empire Of The Sun, The Preatures, Flight Facilities and Anna Lunoe. NZ’s Lorde and The Naked And Famous join their Antipodean kin on the lineup.
Glaswegian post-rockers Mogwai have released their latest video for The Lord Is Out Of Control, the latest single from their upcoming eighth studio album, Rave Tapes, the band’s follow-up to 2012’s A Wrenched Virile Lore. The first single from the album was the Moroder-esque Remurdered. The clip was filmed and directed by photographer/filmmaker Antony Crook,
Glasweigan post-rockers Mogwai are back, today announcing that they’ll be dropping their eighth full-length studio album in 2014, the curiously titled Rave Tapes, as well as revealing both the cover artwork and a tracklisting for the album, plus unveiling a new track, Remurdered. Rave Tapes seems to continue Mogwai’s interesting trend of naming their albums
Scottish five-piece Mogwai is all set to release a remix record consisting of tracks lifted from their seventh studio record, 2011’s Hardcore Will Never Die, But You Will.
Decibel blasting Glaswegian lords of glorious noise Mogwai have just announced they will be releasing their new album in February next year. The album which is to bear the badass title of Hardcore Will Never Die, But You Will, will also see the band reunited with Young Team producer Paul Savage, an exciting prospect for