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Mogwai: Ten Rapid (Jetset 9tks/33 mins)

Review by Neil Kulkarni, Melody Maker, 10 May 1997


Mogwai: Come On, Feel The Noise

Interview by Ben Thompson, The Independent, 19 March 1999

Mogwai play loud. (And very quiet.) And they have a few sordid myths they'd like to dispel. ...

Mogwai: Ferry Pranksters

Interview by Keith Cameron, New Musical Express, 23 October 1999

Life with Mogwai has always been a strange whirl, but after 27 hours on a ferry to Norway with them, a karaoke, a skate video ...

Metal Ear

Book Excerpt by Ben Thompson, Ways Of Hearing, 2001

"They had brought this music with them when they were born, these bandmen, in their hearts and their muscles, their blood and their bones".Jay Allison ...


Book Excerpt by Phil Hardy, Dave Laing, The Faber Companion to 20th-Century Popular Music, 2001

Dominic Aitchisin, aka Demonic, b. Glasgow, Scotland; Stuart Braithwaite, aka pLasmatroN, b. Glasgow; Martin Bulloch, aka Bionic, b. Glasgow; Barry Burns, b. Lanarkshire, Scotland; John ...

96 Tears

Retrospective by Tim Footman, Tangents, December 2002

I FELT A RUSH of nostalgically bad haircuts and Proustian army surplus anoraks while reading Alistair [Flitchett]'s consideration of C86. Nostalgia also for the days ...

Mogwai: Happy Songs For Happy People

Review and Interview by Keith Cameron, MOJO, July 2003

Fourth full album from Scots noise miscreants. Self-produced in Glasgow after two in USA with Flaming Lips/Mercury Rev cohort Dave Fridmann. ...

Mogwai: Central Belters (Rock Action)

Review by Jamie Atkins, Record Collector, December 2015

DURING THEIR RISE to prominence, very few onlookers would have predicted that post-rock upstarts Mogwai would have the staying power to be receiving the 20th. ...

Mogwai's As the Love Continues: A playback at Glasgow's Tramway

Review by Jude Rogers, The Observer, 20 February 2021

Glasgow's post-rock giants launch their 10th album with a thunderous filmed playback that cries out to be heard live. ...


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