MGMT – MGMT (2013) [Official Digital Download 24bit/96kHz]

MGMT – MGMT (2013)
FLAC (tracks) 24 bit/96 kHz | Time – 44:15 minutes | 1,04 GB
Official Digital Download – Source: Qobuz.com | Front cover
Indie Pop-Rock / Electronic / Neo Psychedelia

MGMT are back with their self-titled third studio album. The successor to 2008′s Oracular Spectacular and 2010 s Congratulations, MGMT finds Andrew VanWyngarden and Ben Goldwasser continuing to push themselves to expand the boundaries of modern pop music. Returning to Tarbox Road Studios to work with longtime collaborator Dave Fridmann (Co-producer and mixer of Oracular Spectacular and Congratulations, The Flaming Lips, Tame Impala), Andrew and Ben experimented with various in-studio writing processes, allowing the music to tell them where it wanted to go. The result is a diverse and powerful collection of 10 songs (including a cover of “Introspection” by 1960′s psych band Faine Jade) that directly mirrors the duo’s encompassing surrealist view of the everyday.

Over the course of their last two albums, MGMT have shown themselves to be as comfortable crafting a solid hook as they are heading off into more psychedelic excursions, often bringing those two sides of themselves together to create an eclectic sound that often feels like the musings of a glam pop band on a peyote-fueled vision quest. After two exploratory albums, MGMT return with their eponymous third album, which finds them continuing to push their sound forward as they return to working with producer Dave Fridmann, who worked on the band’s debut, Oracular Spectacular. While Fridmann is definitely associated with a sense of spaciousness, thanks to his work with iconic acts like the Flaming Lips and Mercury Rev, he’s also a producer who is more about capturing what MGMT are doing than making decisions for them, so while his sonic stamp could be heard on their earlier work, it was clear they weren’t quite making the most of the experience. Six years later, MGMT return to Tarbox Road Studios a more confident and self-assured band, and the difference is palpable. Like Congratulations, MGMT is an album that continues to eschew hooky singles for pop experimentation that isn’t afraid to stay melodic, at least initially. While the album feels daring all the way through, early tracks like “Alien Days” feel relatively straightforward, mining the ornate pop sound of their previous effort. As MGMT continues, though, an unraveling process starts to happen, with the songs becoming increasingly strange as the album progresses through its latter half. It’s in this section that the band makes the most of Fridmann’s talents as a producer and engineer, sending the songs into outer space with layers of reverb-drenched synths and crunchy electronics. Although it’s clear that their infectious, single-heavy debut was no accident, the more experimental aspect of MGMT seems to be their dominant side. While this might be bad news for radio DJs out there praying for another “Kids” or “Electric Feel,” it’s a blessing for music fans desperately waiting for a modern answer to pop experimenters like David Bowie and Sparks.

Tracklist:
01 – Alien Days
02 – Cool Song No. 2
03 – Mystery Disease
04 – Introspection
05 – Your Life Is A Lie
06 – A Good Sadness
07 – Astro-Mancy
08 – I Love You Too, Death
09 – Plenty Of Girls In The Sea
10 – An Orphan Of Fortune

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