Inocular - Mouse On Mars - Varcharz (CD, Album)

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  1. Jan 20,  · This is the beauty of Mouse on Mars. These guys achieve perfection in their field of creating shimmering neon bubbles of micro-genre invention which grow and then pop before your eyes. Their brains are connected to distant nebulae and as-yet unknown giant squids and also all the twitchy muscles you use to dance/5(7).
  2. Sep 07,  · The first line of any Mouse on Mars bio always says something about Jan St. Werner and Andi Toma meeting at a death metal concert. I think of .
  3. While Mouse On Mars' last full-length was a happy, housey electronic affair with fractured vocals in every track, Varcharz (a German word intentionally misspelled to sound like "war charts") is a much more serious, often less danceable, instrumental effort. It appears Köln's Andi Toma and Düsseldorf's Jan St. Werner want you to remember they don't just make dance music, but intelligent dance music.
  4. Jan 09,  · Jettisoning most of the "comeback" LP Parastrophics' sonic jumble for something more explicitly streamlined, Spezmodia represents one of Mouse on Mars.
  5. Mouse on Mars are a duo from Düsseldorf, in Germany. The duo has been around since and have released nine albums andseveral EP's. Their music combines a mixture of ambient, techno, and mellow electronica. They are known for their constantexperimentation, alternating their sound with different subgenre characteristics between each release.
  6. Each album is a new progression, and vary in concept, yet stays % true to the Mouse on Mars sound. The way they use sounds, is so interesting, and wonderful to listen to. They are very underrated, and often overlooked, but have been very influential in my taste in electronic music growing up.
  7. For over a decade, Mouse On Mars has sweated over burning consoles to create a new musical language, only to twist it again into thousands of myriad distortions. After recording five albums for Thrill Jockey Records, they now team up with Ipecac Recordings for the release of Varcharz/5(7).
  8. However, with a career that spans more than 18 years, Mouse on Mars have earned their tenure while still managing to evoke the awed excitement reserved for the genre’s brightest up-and-comers. Jan St. Werner and Andi Toma comprise the dynamic duo and hail from Cologne, Germany, where they have been making bold electronic records since
  9. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Mouse On Mars - Varcharz at Discogs. Complete your Mouse On Mars collection/5(79).

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