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‘For My Parents’ is the new album by MONO, the Japanese quartet who -- over the course of half a dozen albums in twice as many years -- has followed their own muse, and in the process have become "one of the most distinctive bands of the 21st century."
They are an instrumental rock band whose melodies have grown increasingly lyrical, with increasingly transcendent execution. There is no doubting a MONO song when you hear it, and no denying their uncanny ability to feel perfectly at home in both pristine symphony halls and dirty rock clubs. In the way that only MONO can, ‘For My Parents’ obliterates that divide, showcasing a sensitivity and maturity that simultaneously acknowledges where they came from, and where they're going. The songwriting is sharper, the dynamics are subtler, and the production is stunning.
For the recording, the band once again enlisted The Wordless Music Orchestra for support, and the collaboration has never sounded stronger. The unique combination of soul-stirring melodies, cinematic East-meets-West arrangements, and firm command of elusive emotional intangibles is what makes MONO so... well, so MONO.
THE PHYSICS HOUSE BAND
Born from a collective love of 70’s fusion, Ninja Tune and Warp Records, The Physics House Band create incredible modern compositions reminiscent of Jaga Jazzist, Yes and Pink Floyd coupled with the technical tunefulness of The Mars Volta and Battles, tearing through boundaries to create a truly unique sound.
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