Mouse On Mars - Presents MOMCAST001 - People We Like Both For Who They Are And Their Music album
Title: Presents MOMCAST001 - People We Like Both For Who They Are And Their Music
Date of release: 2012
Size MP3: 1780 mb
Size FLAC: 1805 mb
Format: DMF AUD MP1 AU AC3 WMA VOX
Mouse on Mars is an electronic music duo formed in Germany in 1993, consisting of Jan St. Werner from Cologne and Andi Toma from Düsseldorf. Their music is a blend of electronic genres including IDM, dub, krautrock, breakbeat, and ambient, featuring heavy use of organic analog synth and cross-frequency modulation. Their music also features live instrumentation including strings, horns, drums, bass and guitar.
MOMCAST003 - MOM's Favourite Electroacoustic & Spectral Music. Mouse On Mars - Mouse On Mars pres. MOMCAST002 - Stuffed Funk 2012. MOMCAST001 - People We Like Both For Who They Are And Their Music.
Album: Presents MOMCAST001 - People We Like Both For Who They Are And Their Music. Musician: Mouse On Mars. Info: Label: Not On Label (Mouse On Mars Self-Date of released) – MOM001 Type: File, MP3, Mixed, 224 kbps Country: UK Date of released: 09 Aug 2012 Category: Electronic Style: Experimental.
Six years later, their next Mouse On Mars project featured their first release on the Berlin-based label Monkeytown Records, the imprint of Modeselektor’s Gernot Bronsert and Sebastian Szary. Their new colleagues’influence was immediately apparent. For Mouse On Mars’ first live album, tracks were cut from appearances during their 2004 world tour for Radical Connector. Released exclusively on their home label, Sonig Records, Live 04 reigns in at just under an hour. Dimensional People’ (Thrill Jockey 2018). Featuring the work of contemporary artists like Justin Vernon of Bon Iver, Zach Condon of Beirut and Aaron and Bryce Dessner of The National, Dimensional People is the culmination of what the band sounds like 25 years after its debut. Continuing their careers on an idea that many believe to be dated, their new productions appear matured and exciting.
Mouse on Mars is recognised as one of Germany’s most defining and versatile electronic music project. CommunitySee all. 23,371 people like this. 22,283 people follow this. Oliver Greschke caught up with electronic production wizards Mouse On Mars to discuss their latest album, studio techniques and all manner of other musical topi.
Complete your Mouse On Mars collection. Or perhaps more accurately, I have a special place in my heart for them and the music they created at a certain point in time. im sure there is lots to like about what they are doing now, if you are into such things, but I have been generally uninterested in this group since ideology, despite trying to give each new album a.
Mouse on Mars integrate their guests into the larger project, rather than giving them space to shine on their own. The contributors become building blocks in service of arrangement, which mostly works to the record’s advantage. When the vocals enter, they are, appropriately enough, those of Justin Vernon, at whose Wisconsin studio a chunk of the album was recorded. As on much of the last Bon Iver album, 22, A Million, Vernon’s voice is used as a sound rather than a vehicle for transmitting lyrics. His yelps and coos and wails are clipped and layered back upon themselves, and the words are both difficult to make out and beside the point.
Mouse on Mars is the brain child of producers Andi Toma and Jan St. Werner, both from Germany met at a speed metal festival and decided to form a band that is completely on the other end of the spectrum to the music that they watched that weekend. With twenty years of being a house outfit, they have gained such fantastic critical acclaim for their innovative sound, which covers a lot of bases throughout their music. They are absolute scientists at work as they perform at the Berlin Ballroom
|1.1||–Atom™||Drei Schneewalzer Teil I|
|1.3||–A Hawk And A Hacksaw||Lassu|
|1.4||–Gastr Del Sol||Each Dream Is An Example|
|1.5||–Helado Negro||La La|
|1.7||–Tim Gane & Sean O'Hagan||Champagne! (Version)|
|1.8||–Siriusmo||Einmal In Der Woche Schreien|
|1.11||–Wevie Stonder||Small People|
|1.15||–Machinedrum* Featuring Tstewart||Human Tonight|
|1.16||–Pram||The Silk Road|
- DJ Mix – Mouse On Mars