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All Music Guide: Mogwai
Includes a profile of the band and a discography.
Bright Light
Includes news, tour dates, gigography, discography, lyrics, articles, interviews, links, a bootlegs catalog, and a list of Mogwai traders.
Includes guitar tablatures, equipment, live pictures, and a list of the group's live appearances.
Matador Records: Mogwai
Website set up by the band's record label. Includes news, band biography, discography, tour dates, gallery, mp3s and videos.
Metacritic: Mogwai - Rock Action
Links to a variety of reviews of the album.
The Mogwai Artzine
Online fanzine dedicated to writing inspired by the band.
Mogwai Tape-ography
Listing of all known Mogwai bootlegs.
Official Mogwai Information
Created and run by the Scottish band Mogwai; the official source of information on the band and its music.
Punk Rock:
Includes guitar tablatures, videos, and mp3s.
Sine Wave
Includes news, band history, articles, discography, song archive, images, and a gear section. Mogwai
Includes news, tour dates, videos, a message board, links, and a list of related bands.
Crud Magazine: Mogwai at Brixton Academy
Review of the gig at Brixton Academy. (November 10, 2001)
Almost Cool: Mogwai - Come On Die Young
Aaron Coleman's review: 'There are a few scattered moments of loudness, but the disc is more of an exercise in subtlety for the group.' Rated 7.
LeonardsLair: Mogwai - Come On Die Young
Jonathan Leonard's review: 'this album conveys rare emotional depth and intensity in its use of slow building melodies which are full of gorgeous, painful melancholy.'
PopMatters: Mogwai - Come on Die Young
Sarah Zupko's review: 'Individual songs are strong, but the entire album could use a touch more development.' Rated 7.0.
Luna Kafé E-Zine: Mogwai - Come On Die Young
Stuart McHugh's review: 'Mogwai's Come On Die Young is upon us, meaning national celebrations, dancing in the streets of Lanarkshire, and the start of (another) Slint revival.' (March 31, 1999)
DotMusic: Mogwai - Happy Songs For Happy People
Chris Nye-Browne's review: 'Emotionally heavy, it's the perfect post-club comedown music, gently willing you to sleep.' Rated 8.
DotMusic: Mogwai - Rock Action
Simon P. Ward's review: 'contains some of the most beautiful and mesmerising music you'll hear this or any other year.'
Pitchfork: Mogwai - Rock Action
Matt LeMay's review: 'those of you who seriously dug the band's earlier work will find a lot to like about the record.' Rated 8.
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