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Moly - Hello Shut up

Moly - Hello Shut up

Model: CD
Beschikbaarheid: OP VOORRAAD
Prijs: € 9,50 (EUR)
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CD: VOSSA6
RELEASED: 2008
LABEL: Tenor Vossa

01. There Goes The Sun
02. Time On My Own
03. Violine
04. The Holding Cell
05. This Is All A Dream
06. The Shadow Aspect
07. The Last Light
08. Surrounded By 9s
09. The Savage Parade
10. One Million Teras

Moly started life in 2003 as a guitar-driven instrumental band, initially in the same vein as Mogwai. Despite receiving plaudits from some notable UK music magazines for their earlier releases, Moly decided a distinct change in musical direction was required and added keyboards and vocals to their line-up. The electronica vibe is present right from the start of Hello Shut Up, as first track "There Goes The Sun" immediately launches into a shimmering, ambient haze, merging adroitly with second song "Time On My Own." This marks the appearance of the male vocals ? barely intelligible, shoegaze-style, yet fitting perfectly with the music. The music continues in a similar vein for much of the album ? vocals are intermittent, the odd track places more emphasis on guitars, but this ?space rock electronica? tag seems perfectly suited throughout. The highlight of the album is undoubtedly final track "One Million Tears," which shows glimpses of the old-style Moly. At over 11 minutes in length, it?s almost twice as long as any other song on Hello Shut Up. Progressive layers of fuzzy guitar, keyboards and glockenspiel are laid down in a sublime, energy-filled piece, before fading out to nothing. At this point, the song effectively restarts, with regimented drums and intertwining guitars reminiscent of Mogwai's "My Father My King" At the start of this decade, Radiohead took a break from their indie roots and began dabbling in electronica, perhaps alienating fans of their earlier works but gaining a new supporter base in the process. However, there should be no reason why Hello Shut Up shouldn?t appeal to Moly fans both old and new; there is just enough of the old-style Moly to keep existing fans happy, but their new style demonstrates a hitherto unseen depth to their work and they deserve to reach a far wider audience. Once upon a time, Moly might well have wished they were Mogwai, and they certainly wouldn?t have been the only ones; if subsequent Moly releases are as impressive as this one, however, the roles may very well be reversed.

Influences / Similar Artists:
Breathless, Mogwai, Godspeed You Black Emperor, Radiohead

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