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Drôle de défi que de passer d'un coup au tout électro! Mais quand on connait le parcours de ces américains ainsi que leur univers, forcément on s'étonne pas vraiment!
Bien accueilli outre-manche, "Snowflake midnight" l'est en revanche beaucoup moins par les critiques françaises (leur reprochant une nouvelle fois de ne pas refaire un "Deserter's song"). Certes il n'en a pas la carrure et ne possède pas également de singles vraiment distinctifs, néammoins si la forme a changée le fond reste le même. Se bonifiant à chaque écoute la musique, ici éthérée, offre de pures sensations mélangeant le mélancolisme et la froideur le tout recouvert d'une dose d'audace et de subtilité. La voix si fragile de Donahue ne fait qu'amplifier les adjectifs précédents.
Est-ce le psychédélisme du 21ème siècle?
Peut être, en tout cas je veux bien admettre que cela soit déroutant pour bon nombre de fans!
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Parfois il faut écouter plusieurs fois un album pour entrer dans son univers, le comprendre et, enfin, l'aimer.

Peut être ne l'ai-je pas encore assez écouté ? Il n'empêche que si Deserter's Songs m'avait ébloui, là j'ai encore du mal à m'y retrouver.

Il y a quand même un superbe "People are so unpredictable", presque entétant ... ou le surprennant Squirrel and I, mais l'ensemble est trop planant-répétitif (far away from cars), parfois indistinct, bref, il n'y a pas la force de Holes ou Goddess on a Highway ...

Mais pardonnons leur cet album mitigé aux créateurs de Secret Migration, All is Dream et Deserter's songs ...
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Par Veilleur TOP 500 COMMENTATEURS le 14 octobre 2009
Format: CD
Est-ce du rock, est-ce de l'électro, est-ce autre chose ? Nous sommes tellement habitué à mettre les musiques dans des petites boites de rangement que l'on se trouve désarçonné lorsqu'un album mixe un peu de tout. C'est un peu le cas avec cet album au traitement sonore soigné, offrant une gamme de pièces complexes qui nécessite une écoute attentive et répétée pour en extraire le jus. De l'ensemble de cet album, j'ai particulièrement apprécié les presque 8 minutes de "Dream of a young girl as a flower" qui mixe à lui tout seul différents styles.
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HASH(0x8c663ec0) étoiles sur 5 Innovative soundscapes on a bed of solidly approachable indie pop 10 octobre 2008
Par Storylover - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Much is made of the electronics and atmospherics surrounding Mercury Rev, and with good reason: they have embraced an innovative aesthetic as tightly as any band out there. But when it comes down to the basics, electronic innovations do not assure anyone of a good album, and Snowflake Midnight is, most assuredly, a good album.

Song structures are typically loose, with the melodies weaving in and out of a river of sounds, the lyrics bubbling to the surface, heard as if in a dream--velvety one moment, then frighteningly clear the next. The music itself at turns is sublime, noisy, glittering, lovely, and memorable.

The thing that makes Snowflake Midnight such a pleasure, ultimately, is its cohesion. As I try to parse my way through the lyrics, I know there is a lot in here about love, and flowers, and...well, I'm not sure what else...but in the still seconds when the album is done, just before you press the play button again, you somehow feel that it was complete. I'd say that is a pretty good recommendation for anyone.

Now, on to what may be an even greater find--Strange Attractor. You probably know that when you buy this, you get a download link to a second full album. The album, Strange Attractor, is a "companion piece" to snowflake midnight. They are an excellent counterpoint one to another. Where Snowflake Midnight has recognizable song structure, lyrics, and uses electronics as a setting for the songs themselves, Strange Attractor is all instrumental and is a feast for electronic aural soundscapes. The songs are wonderful, mysterious explorations of looped sounds, echoes, grooves that rise and fall. The entire impression is one of immense grandeur and at times loss. Perfect music to drive on a dark night on a winding road--I know because I've done it. Magical. I think I like Strange Attractor as much as Snowflake Midnight, but for completely different reasons.
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HASH(0x8c663f14) étoiles sur 5 As good as any of their albums, in it's own way. 22 octobre 2008
Par KIR - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
For fans of ethereal, blissed out, wall of sound, drug rock, early `90s IDM, MBV, and even Industrial a la Legendary Pink Dots. "Snowflake" reminds me at times of Hermann & Kliene and Ulrich Schnauss as well as Mew's "Glass Handed Kites". This album is alive and exists not to impress by breaking new ground, unless you consider taking existing dream-pop/IDM music moments and making them work together in a focused, pop short song format. Sonically speaking, it's as good as any electronic album in recent memory. Songs seem to be about not feeling alone. For hopeless romantics that really don't want to take anything too serious. I have been a Mercury Rev fan for 10 years and this is as good (and then some) as much as anything by them in the past. Compare anything off the first 3 Mercury Rev albums with this record and the new album sounds so much more focused. "Snowflake Midnight" "sounds" better than any of the previous Rev recordings. The sound mixing may be one of the best jobs I have heard anywhere. Lots of quirky noises than seem to have a life all their own. The melodies are more fractured, which lends it to more subconscious, personal interpretations. The minimal lyrics say as much and more than anything I have heard by them. I also need to say that "Secret Migration" is their most under appreciated release as well as their most focused and alive release....until now. See them live, Jonathan, the lead singer, has a beautiful stage presence than no one can touch. "Snowflake" is a "Kid A" for music fans that not consumed by pretentious, hip, self importance. "Snowflake" follows no trend and does so without attitude. Sounds like it's from another planet compared to what Radiohead and Coldplay are doing right now. I'm happy with Mercury Rev and I can't wait to see them live again!!!
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HASH(0x8dd24270) étoiles sur 5 Somewhat New Terrain for Mercury Rev 13 décembre 2008
Par C. S. Willey - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
I must say that I did not find Secret Migration a mistake/strange detour for Mercury Rev. That album was a bit unexpected from me after All is Dream, but it has since turned out to be one of my all-time favorites. It's dreamy, sweet, honest, and the songwriting is absolutely top-notch. Snowflake Midnight is the logical progression. It's challenging, at least after the first few listens, but it mellows and warms over time. The rhythms are at times machine-like and abrupt, but the song structures are quite unique in that they develop as layers over the usual 5 minute mark. There are some great melodies hidden here, believe it or not. It takes a while to hear them.

Make no mistake, this is no Deserter's Songs, but it is something else--another experiment with new techniques and sounds. It's subtle and trippy with an allure that only Mercury Rev are capable of.
I think this is a good direction for the band. It's great to see them trying something new. And why many, including the LA Weekly who've called the CD a clunker, aren't so convinced of the band's new direction, I feel this is a new chapter for Mercury Rev. I just hope they keep making records like the last 4.
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HASH(0x8dd24258) étoiles sur 5 New turns with old spins 2 novembre 2008
Par John M. Powell - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Mercury Rev can always be sure to try new things. Their ethereal, magical, ambient sound transcends each record of theirs, but Snowflake Midnight is unafraid to experiment with sound like the Rev have never done before.

With only nine songs, you think you may not be getting your money's worth, but in every tune (except maybe October Sunshine which is a whatever kind of instrumental), the effort they invested is so raw that you revel in the noise. Orchestration, brilliant synth use, and beautiful mixing that isn't over-production, just smart- elevates the songs to that Wonderland Grasshopper and the rest of Mercury Rev seem to walk in, as if they live there, returning for short periods to our realm to write songs about their adventures.

Fans, be prepared for longer, drawn out songs with less (although more focused, surely) vocals. Be prepared for less guitar work.

For newbies: this record, like most Mercury Rev records, takes several listens before you get it. On the first, you hear songs you think you like, but maybe aren't sure why. Well, put it on headphones, walk around in the snow at midnight, and you'll see, this band makes magic.
HASH(0x8dd24720) étoiles sur 5 Bunny Pop 9 juillet 2009
Par Greg Kinne - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
`Snowflake Midnight' is an aural existential trip through the senses. On Mercury Rev's 7th album, Mercury Rev ups the ante with their sound on this outing. The first great album since `Deserter's Songs'; Mercury Rev sounds refreshed and exploratory. Preferring a more textural sound, `Snowflake Midnight' is the most electronic album of the band's career. Synths bubble effectively in the background, and Jonathan Donahue's vocals sound as dreamy as ever. The songs on Snowflake Midnight are full of beautiful atmospherics and there is no filler. Concise at 41 minutes, Mercury Rev reveal these dreamscapes slowly and effectively but also know that sometimes less is more. Most songs seem overjoyed at the concept of nature as the album is filled with imagery of butterflies, raindrops, rabbits, and squirrels. I should mention that the companion piece to this album, `Strange Attractor' will be available as a download on the day of release for free. I can't wait.
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