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Page Artiste Mason Proper

Détails sur le produit

  • Album vinyle (3 mai 2009)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : Import
  • Label: Mis
  • ASIN : B00332DBLW
  • Autres versions : CD
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HASH(0x94c150f0) étoiles sur 5 A++++++++++++++++ VERY FAST PAYMENT, GREAT EBAYER!!!!!!!! 20 mars 2007
Par S. Finn - Publié sur
Format: CD
Mason Proper's proprietary blend of sardonic indifference and exuberance affects me in an alarming, fundamental way. They make me crane my neck as if to stretch my ears away from my shoulders; they make me twist my head away from my body because in their crisp distortion-edged post-punk gems, everything sounds new. My physical response is less a dance than an irrepressible full-body twitch with a tickling sensation in my nose that makes for facial contortions very like a smile.

"Chance encounters" opens the album with a plaintive pop caress followed by the achingly catchy syncopated saunter of "Miss Marylou Carreau." The energy and playful ah-ing of "My My (Bad Fruit)" keep the rotting fruit metaphor shakily afloat which gives way to the stand-out "100 Yrs," a song-writing and mixing accomplishment of the first order. They skirt the pitfalls of formula-punk fatigue and and forgettable melodic lo-fi with the urgency of the sounds that emanate from their mouths and smart experimental embroidery. More accessible than The Books, as beautiful as Modest Mouse at their best but far more consistent, smarter than Pulp and Clap Your Hands, the more relevant comparions are probably David Lynch and Jan Svankemajer, perhaps David Foster Wallace or Dave McKean. I should tell you more about the infectious middle of the album and the shocking beauty of the last three tracks (particularly "Carousel! Carousel!"), but we'd probably just drown in adjectives and really, better you hear it for yourself.
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HASH(0x94c16a50) étoiles sur 5 FIVE STARS! 9 mars 2006
Par Todd Hauser - Publié sur
Format: CD
This band totally blows me away. When I first heard the record, I was blown away how all the songs sounded so different, yet still worked together. "Mr. Charm" is this hyper upbeat track that reminds me of Futureheads or the Jam. "Life's Cornucopia" is this very introspective haunting track that sounds like no other band I've heard. There's not a bad track on this record. It goes from hazy, clowdy day music to super-blue-sky pop. You could put each track on a different mixtape. Later, I got online and learned that they were all 20 and recorded all the tracks themselves. I have spent years recording my own music and can't get the clarity and effect these guys have. I've heard they are awesome live, unfortunately I live in California and they haven't made their way out here yet. Heavily recommended.
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HASH(0x94b9978c) étoiles sur 5 Fantabulous! 29 mars 2007
Par Matthew Steven Ford - Publié sur
Format: CD
One day I was browsing around on Pandora, when I came across these guys playing "A Chance Encounter." I loved it so much, I acquired my copy of Moth immediately, and haven't regretted it one bit. From start to finish, Mason Proper seems to have mastered the art of versatility. Each song can easily stand on it's own, creating it's own feeling that is completely unique from the next. Amazing vocals, singing intelligent lyrics. Even the backup harmonies are awesome, and I'm a sucker for those. Starting from the essentially epic pop songs like "A Chance Encounter," "My My (Bad Fruit)," and "100 Years," to the slightly toned down, and even a bit tragic sounds of "Miss Marylou Carreau," "The World Is Smaller Than You Think," "I Spy," and "Carousel! Carousel!," add some crazy rock-out pieces such as "Lights Out," and "Mr. Charm," and then toss in a few space-out tracks like "Life's Cornucopia" and "Blue Lips Eternal Inquiry." Boil it up, and you hold this perfect gem of an album in your hands. It's a must have for anyone who loves indie music, or cares about the future of music in general.

I'm not one to make comparisons, I really don't like to. However, even if I was to try, I don't think I can really list off any number of bands that can appropriately capture the essence of this band and give it the justice it deserves. They have a sound that is all their own, and I think it will stay that way. Take it from me, out of the innumerable bands I've come across in the past year, these guys are by far the best I've found since Clap Your Hands Say Yeah. Better even.

Definitely pick this album up.
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HASH(0x94b88684) étoiles sur 5 Mason Proper - There Is A Moth In Your Chest 15 mars 2007
Par Jeff M. Gerding - Publié sur
Format: CD
On There Is A Moth In Your Chest Mason Proper present a collection of songs that seem to take traditional indie and alternative rock styles of the last twenty years and boil them down into something that is uniquely theirs. This blend of sounds isn't just through-out the album, but occurs several times within individual songs. This is best seen on "Blue Lips Eternal Inquiry," which begins with synthesized sounds layered over acoustic guitar building into a crescendo of noise which pull listeners through a dreamy and surreal mesh of sounds including piano and strings. The rest of Moth is just as hard to categorize but equally stunning; what Mason Proper may lack in consistency they make up for in the ability to morph familiar sounds into something completely unique. The best example is the stellar track, "Life's Cornucopia," a song that builds a wealth of sound around a strong piano part. Upon first listen Moth might seem like a modern ode to classics such as Pixies, Radiohead, or Sonic Youth; but Mason Proper goes further than imitation, by forging a variety of sounds into a singular sound that is distinctly original and utterly beautiful.
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HASH(0x94b8881c) étoiles sur 5 Exciting avante garde precision 7 avril 2006
Par El Guapo with the Camarillo Brillo - Publié sur
Format: CD
This debut album by the Alpena natives reminds me of a place where one can eat ice cream sandwiches in the dark while dreaming of electric shoe horns dangling off a precipice just out of reach making one wonder if they will fall off grasping for them while believing it possible to burrow into the very core of the world where Lord Kinbote holds dominion over the CHUDS. Like all Alpena bands, the uncredited lead guitar work is done by Satan, and he can really wail. This music is a multi-layerd, orgiastic explosion of subliminal profundity. Played backwards, one hears, "won ecnad ydobyreve". Brilliant.
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