The sequencing weaves a dramatic ebb and flow of emotion. Suddenly, echoing, truck-sized drums stomp over the ebow-dripping chorus as Brock repeatedly pronounces under a sheet of reverb, "The universe is shaped exactly like the Earth/ If you go straight long enough you'll end up where you were." "My hell comes from inside," he reminds. A month after the bar he co-owned closed down, the indie … "A Different City" sits like the obvious single. Indie Rock. Piano, cello, sleighbells, keyboards, chimes, and more can be excavated from the mix. "Alone Down There" announces, "Hello, how do you do?/ My name is you," uncomfortably close to the inner ear. That they manage to go beyond any other rock band out there is staggering. So lines like "We’re the sexiest of all primates" ("The Best Room") are simply awkward, like a party quieting down just as you shout something particularly banal. 84. In anticipation of the next masterpiece, we all soak up as much info as we can get. "Life Like Weeds" jangles and bows with still more poignancy. Eric Judy's fluid bass quietly escorts the ear subconsciously through the appropriate moods. In 2013, they canceled a tour to hit the studio, and somewhere in there founding bassist Eric Judy quit the band. Modest Mouse official website. Strangers to Ourselves is the sixth album by American alternative rock band Modest Mouse, which was released on March 17, 2015, two weeks after its initially announced release date of March 3. "It's hard to remember you live before you die," Brock sings over weeping strings. Craig and I walked through the familiar gates at the Pitchfork Music Festival in Chicago and already there were people sitting by the front of the A (Aluminum) Stage set and ready to see Modest Mouse that night. "What People are Made Of" cuts abruptly on fuzzed bass, clashing cymbals, and attacking guitars-- an ideal ending for a record centered on death and the inability to understand. The lyric, "The dashboard melted but we still have the radio" references Planes, Trains and Automobiles when Del is telling the police officer about the car after it is burned. It's not very exciting behind the scenes at Pitchfork. Subject to its own Pitchfork documentary, listed in numerous prestigious Best Albums of the 90s lists, and destined to be re-discovered by continuous generations, The Lonesome Crowded West stands as the defacto Northwest indie-rock record. It was released by Ugly Casanova (ASCAP) and Up Records. Writers wearing button-down shirts with the sleeves rolled up don't hustle around a maze of cubicles while Ryan chews out rookies in his office. (Some lady beat us to the punch with our farming equipment site at Pitchfork.com, but we're still looking into eRakes.com.). Chiming guitar, strings, over-dubbed echoes, deteriorating machines, and thumping drums fill a dark, beautiful void as a ghostly Brock laments, "So long to this cold, cold part of the world." Sometimes the most spooky, alien places are not too far off. Looping tones usher a nasty bassline and disco rhythms as "Tiny Cities Made of Ashes" ceremoniously kicks listener ass. Score. The title aptly entails the whole of the album. Yet every so often-- whether due to astronomical occurrences, economic fluctuations, or inherent quality cycles (which have all actually been debated at one point)-- an album comes along that inhibits our serotonin uptake, cleans our ears, palpitates our hearts, ignites our passion, and justifies our existence. The epic "The Stars are Projectors" furthers the future of rock in grand gestures. Producer Brian Deck of Red Red Meat conjures the supernatural. Plus, we're not even trying to sell anything on the Internet, further compounding our stubbornness. Angelic harmonies grant him his wish. Archived. Music reviews, ratings, news and more. Structurally, it's still classic Modest Mouse up to this point, excepting the volume of warped effects. An intoxicating mix of uncertainty and confidence, The Moon & Antarctica constructs hallow approximations of heaven, hell, and deep space-- most of which exist vividly in Isaac Brock's questioning mind. "The Best Room" may or may not be inspired by a UFO sighting, as Isaac Brock coyly hinted in a recent interview. I read Pitchfork's official "weirdest interview ever" with Modest Mouse before I was even on the staff. After this brief foray into crunching pop, "The Cold Part" stretches out to infinity. This heavy march, driven by Jeremiah Green's hissing breaks, sounds wholly unique and creepy. Those familiar with Modest Mouse's live show will instantly recognize this as a trademark moment for Brock screaming into his guitar pickups. Posted by 2 years ago. Wipe the slate clean. Flanged riffs pump Pixies-ish glee in Modest Mouse's tightest punch to date. 100. I've witnessed Isaac Brock scream into his … On March 16, 2015, the day before the album's official release date, Strangers to Ourselves was made available for … New acts playing … OK Computer must be mentioned, for Modest Mouse just got invited to the same club. The growth, bravery, and confidence are staggering for a trio that most recently hammered through a song about "doin' the cockroach." Not one track I don't love, could put any of them on anytime, even the 11 minute "Truckers' Atlas" they really knew to keep a groove going for periods, with a lot songs having words for just a couple minutes and then the rest of the time they're … We talk about music constantly on the Internet, which, admittedly, is geeky. (Unless Ryan's holding back on me.) Modest Mouse seek salvation in God, death, and relationships. The Modest Mouse of the 2000s was very of its time, when indie rock was turning more porous and mainstream. Close. Mostly we sit around discussing music. What’s ultimately missing are new ideas, or a fresh spin on their old ones. Featuring news, videos, tour dates, online shop, and more. "Lampshades on Fire", the first single, is a good example. 1996)", meanwhile, is an overcooked, clattering mess, a sloppy retread of "Tiny Cities Made of Ashes" that might be the worst song Brock has ever recorded. The Moon & Antarctica is the third studio album by American rock band Modest Mouse, released on June 13, 2000 by Epic Records.The album's title is taken from the opening scene of the 1982 film Blade Runner, where the main character (Rick Deckard) reads a newspaper headlined "Farming the Oceans, the Moon and Antarctica.". The latter of which currently questions my ascertations. Plummer was … A stripped death ballad peppered with accordion provides perfect comedown on "Wild Packs of Family Dogs." The calm, beautiful respite before the closing snarl comes in "Lives." done anything to warrant a ban, this is most likely the case. Here and there some new flourishes pop up. It's that time again. The latter of which currently questions my ascertations. Modest Mouse’s Brooklyn show is a week after they play the Pitchfork Festival which recently updated its lineup. Produced in Association w/ Vans. On these moments, you get the sense the band simply recorded for eight years until someone told them to stop. "Pistol (A. Cunanan, Miami, FL. By the time track two, "Gravity Rides Everything," begins with backwards drums, strums, and plucks, it's quite evident Mouse Mouse have traveled well beyond their past. There is no way Modest Mouse will ever pull this off live. See which albums are sitting at the top of this year's charts. For the first time, Modest Mouse craft an album, not a collection of songs. The delicately fingerpicked acoustic guitar figure in the beginning of "Coyotes" is also lovely, a bit of late-period Beatles. It's not on pitchfork anywhere, and I had no luck with google. Pretty sharp for Northwestern punks. Getting geeked up is part of the drama. Sinister vocal doubletracking bursts into crackled shouting. Green's drumming is playful and inventive. Get the Modest Mouse Setlist of the concert at Union Park, Chicago, IL, USA on July 16, 2010 and other Modest Mouse Setlists for free on setlist.fm! Most grand, expansive, experimental albums of this sort are expected to end with a quiet snuff. Singing guitarist Isaac Brock constantly obsesses over the afterlife, and with Deck's help he's found it, far out in space and inside his clouded, scattered brain. Thus begins the third movement of the record. They might have spent eight years in the wilderness, but what they have delivered is…a Modest Mouse album, one that sounds like it could have been released five years ago. At times, the record feels labored, like you can hear every studio session that went into its creation. Shifting between acoustic interludes and searing guitar over pounding drums, lyrics postulate the Descartian notion that our world is merely an elaborate dreamscape. Professional ratings; Review scores; Source Rating; AllMusic: Pitchfork Media: 7.3/10: Sharpen Your Teeth is an album by the indie rock band Ugly Casanova.Brainchild of Modest Mouse lead singer Isaac Brock, Ugly Casanova was his attempt to try new methods and genres outside the realms of Modest Mouse.The album sees Brock performing on more instruments and using a … Modest Mouse (Photo by Kate Gardiner/NewsHour) The long-running Washington state art … The lyrics, which used to be a very good reason to listen to a Modest Mouse record, are no longer the draw. Modest Mouse have been working on their new album for longer than many bands have existed. Pitchfork is the most trusted voice in music. It offers a sort of greatest-hits version of all the sounds Modest Mouse have become known for—"Here’s the hard-swinging backbeat! By the time the metal guitars have crashed into "Sugar Boats"—and the tubas enter in a moment later, doubling over them—the song has grown both overwhelming and boring. Wipe the slate clean. Yet this scale rockets the album instantly into Vahalla. The album was reissued by Isaac Brock's Glacial Pace … Pitchfork.tv presents a 45-minute documentary on Modest Mouse's classic 1997 album The Lonesome Crowded West. Isaac Kristofer Brock (born July 9, 1975) is an American musician who is the lead singer, songwriter, guitarist and banjoist for the indie rock band Modest Mouse, as well as his side project band, Ugly Casanova.As a songwriter he is noted for his wordplay and frequent use of metaphors, philosophical lyrics, themes of oppressive rural lifestyles, and certain phrases and … Somebody just snickered. June 13, 2000. After reports of bizarre guest spots, shifting producers, and the departure of founding bassist Eric Judy, Strangers to Ourselves betrays no signs of its troubled birth, for better and for worse. MODEST MOUSE’S 1997 CLASSIC AVAILABLE ON VINYL FOR THE FIRST TIME IN OVER 10 YEARS. "3rd Planet" opens the record innocently enough. on Lonesome Crowded West are no exception. As the song crescendos with building, buzzing guitar, Modest Mouse distills Built to Spill's essence in two minutes. At this point, I think the world agrees on OK Computer as the last major event in album rock. Opener "Strangers" is a patient and pretty ballad, featuring drowsy brush work by drummer Jeremiah Green, a prominent cello line, and Brock’s gentle, lilting midrange. 98. Any of Brock's prose is instantly quotable. [citation needed The Moon & Antarctica peaked at number 120 … February 8, 2000. No interns yet. Laser guitar lines and Brock's wrath blare over violins and undulating bass on the massive "Dark Center of the Universe." We have converted no lofts into spacious playpens loaded with iMacs and Nerf hoops. Those failing to find the brilliance inherent in Modest Mouse at this point, please check in your Xanax at the window and an agent will escort you to the Target music department. Every song is packed with fantastic sounds that reach out for space and salvation. Modest Mouse explode into the noisiest, fastest piece to close the record. The Lonesome Crowded West is the second studio album by American rock band Modest Mouse, released on November 18, 1997 by Up Records.The two towers pictured on the album's cover are The Westin Seattle.. The band is now precise and broad. 1996 Pitchfork Interview I've been snooping around trying to find the 1996 "weirdest interview ever" MM interview with no luck. "I don't want to you to be alone down there," Brock pleads. For better and for worse, the album betrays no signs of its troubled birth. Ghostface Killah - Supreme Clientele. But unlike's Radiohead's unease at technology and quickening society, Modest Mouse grapple with the general conjectures of humankind. The pace soon accelerates as the song swirls into a sonic twister. Here are a few of those eerie-sounding harmonic guitar bends, and  here are some tight, clipped 'bah bah bahs!'" As a fan, I know this sort detail is expected of hallmark albums. There are no new directions or tweaks to their approach. So I've just taken you through the entire album. The album was leaked to the internet on March 7, 2015. The breadcrumb trail of news reports depicting their progress over the years—they were recording with Krist Novoselic and Big Boi; they were switching producers—gave the worrying impression of a band that maybe didn’t know what the hell they were doing. The process left in its wake some dropped singles and a few different release dates, along with a lingering sense that maybe this venerable indie institution’s creative motor was stuck in neutral. It contained a total of 15 tracks (16 on the vinyl adition with the addition of Baby Blue Sedan). And this isn't even done in the photogenic setting of a stoop or a coffeeshop. Pitchfork: 8.5/10: The Rolling Stone Album Guide: This Is a Long Drive for Someone with Nothing to Think About is the debut studio album by American rock band Modest Mouse, released on April 16, 1996 by Up Records. Modest Mouse - The Lonesome Crowded West - Pitchfork Classic (The) Lonesome Crowded West was Modest Mouse's fourth recorded album, released in 1997. Similarly, our immediate surroundings and internal environment feel even more otherworldly. Fortunately, the rest of us can sometimes find it in records. Standard power chords melt into astral tape manipulation. Any band that stays together for nearly 20 years, transitioning from indie to major label, losing and gaining members along the way, is going to change. The glimmering mallet percussion on "Ansel" is a nice touch, something we’ve never heard on a Modest Mouse record before. Modest Mouse generate a divide between the venerating and violent like few other bands. A FLAWLESSLY FLAWED ALBUM Incredible indie rock gem, with some of the craziest, saddest and even goofiest songs ever penned. Modest Mouse Pitchfork Music Festival 2010 - Jul 16, 2010 Jul 16 2010; Following concerts. Back comes the resigned aggression. "Paper Thin Walls" pops along in blue-collar fashion on cowbells and and woodblocks like fIREHOSE, while still injecting the haunted flourishes of the album. Strangers to Ourselves finally sees the light of day this week, and to hear Brock tell it, we’re getting another album "as soon as legally possible." The show’s over in Portland, Ore., for Modest Mouse frontman Isaac Brock. Deck's hands keep the affair shimmering and clear, in what will undoubtedly vault him into the echelon of Fridmanns and Godriches. Here they sound like they’ve settled into their status as a reliable indie rock institution. Brock’s voice remains remarkable, an exclamation point he can bend into attention-getting shapes—a Tourette’s-like yelp, a heartburn-belch, a rooster crow. Strangers to Ourselves is a pleasant album, and one that completes their transition from "inspired" to "sturdy". Not even "Float On", their massive hit and a teeth-gritted ode to positivity, had this easy sense of goodwill to it. The space, equipment, and personnel needed seems limitless. The discography of Modest Mouse, an American indie rock band, consists of six studio albums, six extended plays, two compilation albums, four low fidelity cassette releases, one live album, twenty-five singles, and nine reissues.Three of their releases have been certified at least Gold by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) for shipments in excess of 500,000 … They've been a touring juggernaut for years now, and you can imagine many of these songs exploding live. They can chat existentially in the sauna. But the song is an unruffled and sweet pop-rock number that hits a feeling Modest Mouse never bothered with in their earliest days: It is sunny, optimistic, relaxed. Modest Mouse - The Moon & Antarctica. Joseph E. Plummer is an American drummer from Portland, Oregon.From 2004 - 2012 Plummer was a percussionist and drummer for the indie rock band Modest Mouse and performed on their album, We Were Dead Before the Ship Even Sank.. Before joining Modest Mouse, Plummer played with the indie rock bands The Black Heart Procession and The Magic Magicians. They are back, in other words, and vigorously making up for lost time. Still, there’s satisfaction to be had, hearing this band of pros finding and hitting their marks so emphatically. Through studio trickery, warbling drums sound as if winds howl outside, prying the roof from above to snatch you into a maw of shrill violins and sheer feedback. Members of Modest Mouse's e-mail list were sent a link of the finished track on January 3, 2007 and the song was released to American radio stations on January 16. Pavement, Modest Mouse Playing Pitchfork Music Festival. The song's percussion relies on jacked drumstick claps and electro-bongos as no less than five guitar tracks float on aching melodies. If Nirvana played folk with Massive Attack it might end up a bit like "I Came as a Rat." It was an extremely hot day, and by extremely I mean uninhabitable. Hip Hop. (45:38) Music. Modest Mouse have been working on their new album for longer than many bands have existed. Pitchfork's highest rated albums of all time. For at least a few months, the world can stop waiting for Radiohead's next album, and start wondering how in the hell Modest Mouse will ever top the monumental, ground-breaking, hypnotic, sublime The Moon & Antarctica. Music reviews, ratings, news and more. A chorus sighs "Broke my back" over delicate pickings, sleepy kickdrums, accentuating banjo, and oddball guitar pings. I've argued that this occurs approximately every three years, due to slight financial recessions. Layers upon layers of treated and raw sounds blend into a thick headtrip. Modest Mouse The Lonesome Crowded West (2013) - Pitchfork documentary on the breakout album by Modest mouse, with archival footage of the band and interviews with the band members. A long time ago, Modest Mouse were known for volatile, destructive behavior and piercing insights, but their last two albums have positioned them as paragons of alt-rock professionalism, a band that takes their fans and their albums seriously and think hard about how to deliver on their expectations. It's not very exciting behind the scenes at Pitchfork. "Perfect Disguise" quietly kicks off the otherworldly passage of Moon. News February 5, 2010 11:02 AM By Brandon Stosuy. Source → … Score. Pitchfork is the most trusted voice in music. Pitchfork's highest rated albums of all time. Many of the album's tracks focus on traveling by automobile and the loneliness associated with rural life. Isaac plucks a lovely fluttering acoustic bed before he admits, "Everything that keeps us together is falling apart," tersely summing the human condition and the theme of the record in ten seconds. You officially have not heard Modest Mouse until you have heard their major label debut. 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