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1 - MONO (JAP) - NOWHERE NOW HERE - (CD)    CHANGEMENT
PELAGIC


The conflict and correlation between dark and light is a universal theme with a historically rich history. Musically, perhaps no band in the 21st Century has mined that relationship more consistently or effectively than Japans MONO.Across 10 albums in 20 years, MONO have convincingly reflected the quietest and most chaotic parts of life through their music. Their everexpanding instrumental palette - which began in earnest in 1999 with the traditional guitar-bassdrumsrock band setup - has evolved to include as many as 30 orchestral instruments. Now, on Nowhere Now Here, the band add electronics to their repertoire - perhaps inspired byguitarist/composer Takaakira Taka Gotos recent collaboration with John McEntire, the beguiling Behind the Shadow Drops. Nowhere Now Here also sees MONOs first-ever lineup change, adding new drummer Dahm Majuri Cipolla (The Phantom Family Halo) to the core trio of Goto, Tamaki, and Yoda. Tamaki also makes her vocal debut here, singing into the shadows of vintage Nico on the poetically hazy "Breathe". The unlikely career of MONO has taken them to virtually every corner of the planet, several times over. Those corners have all left indelible marks on their music, as it drills deeper towards the sound of feeling not quite human and all too human - often at the same time. As British Musical Magazine NME once stated, "this is music for the Gods".

TRACKLISTING: 01. God Bless 02. After You Comes The Flood 03. Breathe 04. Nowhere, Now Here 05. Far And Further 06. Sorrow 07. Parting 08. Meet Us Where The Night Ends 09. Funeral Song 10. Vanishing, Vanishing Maybe


Format: CD

Disc Quantity: 1
Date: 25-01-2019
Référence : 521028     EXP
Disponibilité: 2/3 SEMAINES
Prix : 13,75 EUR


2 - MONO (JAP) - NOWHERE NOW HERE - (LP)    CHANGEMENT
PELAGIC


The conflict and correlation between dark and light is a universal theme with a historically rich history. Musically, perhaps no band in the 21st Century has mined that relationship more consistently or effectively than Japans MONO.Across 10 albums in 20 years, MONO have convincingly reflected the quietest and most chaotic parts of life through their music. Their everexpanding instrumental palette - which began in earnest in 1999 with the traditional guitar-bassdrumsrock band setup - has evolved to include as many as 30 orchestral instruments. Now, on Nowhere Now Here, the band add electronics to their repertoire - perhaps inspired byguitarist/composer Takaakira Taka Gotos recent collaboration with John McEntire, the beguiling Behind the Shadow Drops. Nowhere Now Here also sees MONOs first-ever lineup change, adding new drummer Dahm Majuri Cipolla (The Phantom Family Halo) to the core trio of Goto, Tamaki, and Yoda. Tamaki also makes her vocal debut here, singing into the shadows of vintage Nico on the poetically hazy "Breathe". The unlikely career of MONO has taken them to virtually every corner of the planet, several times over. Those corners haveeThe all left indelible marks on their music, as it drills deeper towards the sound of feeling not quite human and all too human - often at the same time. As British Musical Magazine NME once stated, "this is music for the Gods". SPECIAL PACKAGING: (longer) inner sleeve slides out of special (shorter) outer sleeve

TRACKLISTING: 01. God Bless 02. After You Comes The Flood 03. Breathe 04. Nowhere, Now Here 05. Far And Further 06. Sorrow 07. Parting 08. Meet Us Where The Night Ends 09. Funeral Song 10. Vanishing, Vanishing Maybe


Format: LP

Disc Quantity: 2
Date: 25-01-2019
Référence : 521029     EXP
Disponibilité: 2/3 SEMAINES
Prix : 28,00 EUR


3 - MONO (JAP) - RAYS OF DARKNESS - (CD) 
PELAGIC


MONO evolved into an orchestral rock band and performed in prestigious venues in New York, London and Tokyo, with renowned orchestras by their sides. Following a wave of creative peaks, MONO regrouped and planned where to go next. This departure comes in the form of two albums; The Last Dawn and Rays of Darkness. Together but different. Side by side but opposites.The twin albums were recorded concurrently, yet conceptually and creatively, they are worlds apart. They are two sides to a story, but they remain hand in hand. Themes that have permeated MONOs previous output are revisited through the conjoined albums: hope and hopelessness, love and loss, immense joy and unspeakable pain. Whilst one hand soothes, the other wreaks havoc. The "light" side of this chapter in the MONO story is The Last Dawn. The pared down tracks take inspiration from influences as diverse as minimalist film scores and vintage shoegaze. Noticeably more stripped back than their previous releases, the album clocks in at under forty minutes; the succinct offering proffers the hope, love and joy in a neatly wrapped package. In direct contrast, Rays of Darkness is an altogether more ominous and brooding beast. Notable for the absence of MONOs near-trademark orchestral instruments, this album leans heavily on the aggression of blistering riffs, jarring angles, and a doom-layered undertone. Another dynamic is added by the involvement of post-hardcore pioneer, Tetsu Fukagawa of Envy; Tetsu provides vocals, for the first time ever on a MONO recording. The crescendos here seem all the more threatening, and the diminuendos feel that much more bleak.

TRACKLISTING: 01. Recoil, Ignite 02. Surrender 03. The Hand That Holds The Truth 04. The Last Rays


Format: CD

Disc Quantity: 1
Date: 27-10-2014
Référence : 467564     
Disponibilité: EN STOCK
Prix : 13,75 EUR


4 - MONO (JAP) - RAYS OF DARKNESS - (LP) 
PELAGIC


MONO evolved into an orchestral rock band and performed in prestigious venues in New York, London and Tokyo, with renowned orchestras by their sides. Following a wave of creative peaks, MONO regrouped and planned where to go next. This departure comes in the form of two albums; The Last Dawn and Rays of Darkness. Together but different. Side by side but opposites.The twin albums were recorded concurrently, yet conceptually and creatively, they are worlds apart. They are two sides to a story, but they remain hand in hand. Themes that have permeated MONOs previous output are revisited through the conjoined albums: hope and hopelessness, love and loss, immense joy and unspeakable pain. Whilst one hand soothes, the other wreaks havoc. The "light" side of this chapter in the MONO story is The Last Dawn. The pared down tracks take inspiration from influences as diverse as minimalist film scores and vintage shoegaze. Noticeably more stripped back than their previous releases, the album clocks in at under forty minutes; the succinct offering proffers the hope, love and joy in a neatly wrapped package. In direct contrast, Rays of Darkness is an altogether more ominous and brooding beast. Notable for the absence of MONOs near-trademark orchestral instruments, this album leans heavily on the aggression of blistering riffs, jarring angles, and a doom-layered undertone. Another dynamic is added by the involvement of post-hardcore pioneer, Tetsu Fukagawa of Envy; Tetsu provides vocals, for the first time ever on a MONO recording. The crescendos here seem all the more threatening, and the diminuendos feel that much more bleak.

TRACKLISTING: 01. Recoil, Ignite 02. Surrender 03. The Hand That Holds The Truth 04. The Last Rays


Format: LP

Disc Quantity: 1
Date: 27-10-2014
Référence : 467565     
Disponibilité: EN STOCK
Prix : 16,75 EUR


5 - MONO (JAP) - REQUIEM FOR HELL - (CD) 
PELAGIC


Through echoes of beautiful, gentle soft strings,and the sudden surge of soundexplosions, MONO delivers their ninthalbum, Requiem For Hell.Unlike their previous album, The Last Dawn /Rays of Darkness - which re-visited much of theirearlier sound - MONO once again introducestrings, showing further dynamics and a widerrange of colour in their sounds.Written entirely by guitarist Takaakira TakaGoto, the five songs that comprise Requiem ForHell perfectly portray the signature orchestrationlikerange and dynamics of MONO.

TRACKLISTING: 01. Death In Rebirth 02. Stellar 03. Requiem For Hell 04. Ely's Heartbeat 05. The Last Scene


Format: CD

Disc Quantity: 1
Date: 14-10-2016
Référence : 493652     
Disponibilité: EN STOCK
Prix : 13,75 EUR


6 - MONO (JAP) - REQUIEM FOR HELL - (LP) 
PELAGIC


Through echoes of beautiful, gentle soft strings,and the sudden surge of soundexplosions, MONO delivers their ninthalbum, Requiem For Hell.Unlike their previous album, The Last Dawn /Rays of Darkness - which re-visited much of theirearlier sound - MONO once again introducestrings, showing further dynamics and a widerrange of colour in their sounds.Written entirely by guitarist Takaakira TakaGoto, the five songs that comprise Requiem ForHell perfectly portray the signature orchestrationlikerange and dynamics of MONO.

TRACKLISTING: 01. Death In Rebirth 02. Stellar 03. Requiem For Hell DISC #2: 01. Ely's Heartbeat 02. The Last Scene


Format: LP

Disc Quantity: 2
Date: 14-10-2016
Référence : 493653     
Disponibilité: EN STOCK
Prix : 24,75 EUR


7 - MONO (JAP) - THE LAST DAWN - (CD) 
PELAGIC


MONO evolved into an orchestral rock band and performed in prestigious venues in New York, London and Tokyo, with renowned orchestras by their sides. Following a wave of creative peaks, MONO regrouped and planned where to go next. This departure comes in the form of two albums; The Last Dawn and Rays of Darkness. Together but different. Side by side but opposites.The twin albums were recorded concurrently, yet conceptually and creatively, they are worlds apart. They are two sides to a story, but they remain hand in hand. Themes that have permeated MONOs previous output are revisited through the conjoined albums: hope and hopelessness, love and loss, immense joy and unspeakable pain. Whilst one hand soothes, the other wreaks havoc. The "light" side of this chapter in the MONO story is The Last Dawn. The pared down tracks take inspiration from influences as diverse as minimalist film scores and vintage shoegaze. Noticeably more stripped back than their previous releases, the album clocks in at under forty minutes; the succinct offering proffers the hope, love and joy in a neatly wrapped package. In direct contrast, Rays of Darkness is an altogether more ominous and brooding beast. Notable for the absence of MONOs near-trademark orchestral instruments, this album leans heavily on the aggression of blistering riffs, jarring angles, and a doom-layered undertone. Another dynamic is added by the involvement of post-hardcore pioneer, Tetsu Fukagawa of Envy; Tetsu provides vocals, for the first time ever on a MONO recording. The crescendos here seem all the more threatening, and the diminuendos feel that much more bleak.

TRACKLISTING: 01. The Land Between Tides & Glory 02. Kanata 03. Cyclone 04. Elysian Castles 05. Where We Begin 06. The Last Dawn


Format: CD

Disc Quantity: 1
Date: 27-10-2014
Référence : 467561     
Disponibilité: EN STOCK
Prix : 13,75 EUR


8 - MONO (JAP) - THE LAST DAWN - (LP) 
PELAGIC


MONO evolved into an orchestral rock band and performed in prestigious venues in New York, London and Tokyo, with renowned orchestras by their sides. Following a wave of creative peaks, MONO regrouped and planned where to go next. This departure comes in the form of two albums; The Last Dawn and Rays of Darkness. Together but different. Side by side but opposites.The twin albums were recorded concurrently, yet conceptually and creatively, they are worlds apart. They are two sides to a story, but they remain hand in hand. Themes that have permeated MONOs previous output are revisited through the conjoined albums: hope and hopelessness, love and loss, immense joy and unspeakable pain. Whilst one hand soothes, the other wreaks havoc. The "light" side of this chapter in the MONO story is The Last Dawn. The pared down tracks take inspiration from influences as diverse as minimalist film scores and vintage shoegaze. Noticeably more stripped back than their previous releases, the album clocks in at under forty minutes; the succinct offering proffers the hope, love and joy in a neatly wrapped package. In direct contrast, Rays of Darkness is an altogether more ominous and brooding beast. Notable for the absence of MONOs near-trademark orchestral instruments, this album leans heavily on the aggression of blistering riffs, jarring angles, and a doom-layered undertone. Another dynamic is added by the involvement of post-hardcore pioneer, Tetsu Fukagawa of Envy; Tetsu provides vocals, for the first time ever on a MONO recording. The crescendos here seem all the more threatening, and the diminuendos feel that much more bleak.

TRACKLISTING: 01. The Land Between Tides & Glory 02. Kanata 03. Cyclone 04. Elysian Castles 05. Where We Begin 06. The Last Dawn


Format: LP

Disc Quantity: 1
Date: 27-10-2014
Référence : 467563     
Disponibilité: EN STOCK
Prix : 16,75 EUR



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