THE BOATY WEEKENDER – cruising to Sardinia with BELLE AND SEBASTIAN, TEENAGE FANCLUB, MOGWAI, BUZZCOCKS, DJANGO DJANGO and more
An epic diary retelling of four days at sea with Belle and Sebastian, Teenage Fanclub, Django Django, Buzzcocks, Vaselines, Camera Obscura, Nilüfer Yanya and more. This is just Day 1, so buckle up!
Fear Satan: MOGWAI live in Vancouver (Photos/Review)
Apologies to Dr. Seuss but “it started in low. Then it started to grow.” Mogwai live at Vancouver’s Commodore Ballroom on November 25th began benignly then grew into a Cerberus of layered guitars, chugging drums and thrumming bass. But Stuart Braithwaite, Dominic Aitchison and Barry Burns took to the stage without thunder, flanked by multi-instrumentalist […]
MOGWAI – Young Team Wrap Tour with Orchestral Onslaught (Photos/Review)
Fighting the good fight, sonic defenders and incomparable instrumentalists Mogwai ended their North American tour at the Vogue Theatre in Vancouver on May 25, bringing with them an orchestral onslaught. Here’s what happened.
Mogwai North American Tour 2011 Ticket Presale on NOW
You want details about new Mogwai and a linkee to the presale information for tickets to its upcoming North American tour in 2011? Of course you do, silly.
Behind Alan Moore’s UNEARTHING: Interview with Adam Drucker/DoseOne and Stuart Braithwaite from Mogwai
Graphic novelist and odball genius Alan Moore has a new project out called “Unearthing.” It’s cool, it’s creepy, and it’s got music from Stuart from Mogwai, Mike Patton from Faith No More and DoseOne. Backstagerider talks to do DoseOne and Stuart about the project, the music, the backstory and their favourite Moore comics.
Interview with Mogwai’s Stuart Braithwaite: “Harps are nice”
What’s Stuart Braithwaite’s favourite Mogwai song? Are they louder than Dinosaur Jr? If the universe were to implode in on itself taking with it every guitar effects pedal except for one, which one would Braithwaite choose? Find out the answers.
BOATY WEEKENDER Diary – Day 2. Somewhere in the middle of the Balearic Sea
Day 2 of the Boaty Weekender involves drunken and epic Buzzcocks, Mogwai, my buddies Teenage Fanclub jamming with Yo La Tengo and yoga with the Vaselines. Don’tcha know.
Fall Round Up: PUBLIC SERVICE BROADCASTING in Seattle, INVSN, HAR MAR SUPERSTAR & AFGHAN WHIGS. (Including special mentions of Depeche Mode, Billy Bragg and Steve Earle)
Fall foliage and great gigs. Here’s a round up of the best shows of September and October, starirng Public Service Broadcasting in Seattle, and Billy Bragg, Steve Earle, Depeche Mode, INVSN and the Afghan Whigs.