Sonig 61 LP by Mouse On Mars
Sonig 61 LP review
Mouse on Mars digested a steady diet of spatial free-jazz and cocaine-fried booty funk to deliver an album reflecting their energetic live sets’ sparkling chaos and glorious precision. Veering away from the vocal hooks of Radical Connector, Varcharz is nine tracks (don’t get confused by its stuttering track ID’s) of energetic impulses, heavy riffing from grained sounds and canned percussion, and slamming bottom end insanity provided by notorious sequenced bass and kick drum jolts. "beats become tonal, melodies become syncopated and the whole song changes complexion. rock and electronic music perverted to its very core." the post-rockist "a fervid reinterpretation of kraut noodling that could teach the noise bands a little something about heaviness." paper thin walls
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