Mouse on Mars - Parastrophics

Mouse on Mars - Parastrophics
CRITIC SCORE
76
Based on 15 reviews
2012 Rank: #174 / 798
USER SCORE
75
Based on
8 ratings

WHAT DO YOU THINK?
Amazon
iTunes
Spotify
Rdio

CRITIC REVIEWS

82
Pitchfork

The fact that they are still doing it 18 years after their first album, and still capable of making some of the best music of their career, is inspiring.

81
Coke Machine Glow

In a graceful return to form, Jan and Andi make it clear that they’re as present as ever, ready to jump into the game like it hasn’t been six years since we last met.

80
No Ripcord

Parastrophics is their best album since Niun Niggung. The very fact of its being is cause for celebration, as is the continued existence of Mouse On Mars themselves.

75
Beats Per Minute

Mouse on Mars sound overjoyed to be back, and they continue let their freak flag hang in the wind, deftly balancing the weirdness with a terse sampling of moods and colours.

70
musicOMH

Parastrophics is never dull, and there are some great moments on here. But occasionally it is a little too restless for its own good. Some of the experiments fizzle out really quickly.

60
PopMatters

It suffers from the problem that comes from trying to sustain that moment of pure ecstasy: it’s incredibly fun, but after awhile it becomes exhausting.

Add Critic Rating
Plan B - Ill Manors
#173
Bruce Springsteen - Wrecking Ball
#175
Mouse on Mars - Iaora Tahiti

Iaora Tahiti

Mouse on Mars - Idiology

Idiology

Mouse on Mars - WOW

WOW

Mouse on Mars - Spezmodia

Spezmodia

DETAILS

February 28, 2012 / Release Date
LP / Format
Monkeytown / Label
Electronic / Genres
Tags
MISC LISTS
# 4 - PopMatters (Electronic)
Track List
  1. the beach stop 
  2. chordblocker, cinnamon toasted 
  3. metrotopy 
  4. wienuss 
  5. they know your name 
  6. syncropticians 
  7. cricket 
  8. imatch 
  9. polaroyced 
  10. gearknot cherry 
  11. bruised to imwimper 
  12. baku hipster 
  13. seaqz
Contributions By
thisisabtlgrnd, patton, erik
Popular Now
consequenceofsound.net
Tame Impala’s Kevin Parker covers Queens of the Stone Age’s “I Sat By The Ocean” w/ Mark Ronson
youtube.com
Listen: Wavves - Flamezesz
npr.org
Mac DeMarco Explains His Mini-Album Of Love Songs, Track By Track
thefourohfive.com
Drake shares "Back to Back" freestyle


Added on: February 24, 2012


‚Äč