Mogwai proves they’re still very capable of taking familiar sounds and crafting beautiful, compelling music with them.
Aereogramme always seems to introduce a fatal flaw into their songs.
My Father My King is ultimately an extremely loud footnote in Mogwai’s history.
At the moment, it’s the most fascinating thing I’ve listened to in a long time.
Mogwai change up their sound a bit with more emphasis on vocals, to excellent results.
This is one dirty album, and wonderfully so at that.
Cat Power used to be one of those bands that I lumped in with “all the rest of the indie crap that’s not drone.”
Picks right up where their ferocious debut, 1997’s Young Team, left off.
My less-informed-than-some view is that Yo La Tengo are steadily getting more subtle, more heady, and better with age.