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MONO

Japanese post-rock band MONO’s tried-and-true song formula, since they formed in 2000, is: Start with a slow melody with a smattering of digital effects. Then, gradually build—tempo and instrumentation—to climax at around 10 minutes with a wall-of-sound, as if a maestro were madly wagging a baton at a rock orchestra. It’s all over their latest album, For My Parents, although there are a few changes. Longtime MONO producer Steve Albini was replaced by Henry Hirsch, who recorded them, along with the Wordless Music Orchestra, in Waterfront Studios, an echo-y cathedral recording space. Chris Brokaw is a special guest this evening.

Date: Sep 28, 2012
Time: 9 pm
Phone: 801-746-0557
Address: 241 S. 500 East, Salt Lake City, 84102
Where: The Urban Lounge
 
 
 
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