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MNNQNS: Body Negative

Body Negative

MNNQNS

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  • Release Date 30 August 2019
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Product code
FATLP154
Format
Vinyl LP
Label
Fat Cat Records

The album is a rare record that manages to be both fiery and textural. It combines the charge and speed of a record that resembles a car veering dangerously close to a cliff edge yet also manages to instil a confidence in the ability of the driver. MNNQNS exude a sense of controlled danger and chaos and this permeates throughout their debut. This feverish and unpredictable approach is also represented by the band’s diverse musical tastes and inspirations. If you’ve ever wondered what a record would sound like that shares influences as eclectic as Deerhunter, Death Grips, the Beach Boys, Omni and the films of Jean-Jacques Beineix then wonder no more because MNNQNS debut is the answer. “We’re a rock band that hates rock ‘n’ roll,” says MNNQNS (pronounced mannequins) frontman Adrian D'Epinay. That might sound like a contradictory or even slightly confusing statement to make but once you’ve spent time in the company of MNNQNS’ debut album ‘Body Negative’ it soon makes perfect sense. On the surface the band might resemble a rock band: their music is stuffed with frenetic, jagged guitars that explode in frenzied bursts as pounding drums collide with intense vocals, all of which is carried forward with the charge of youthful spunk and propulsive energy. Yet plunge beneath that surface layer and MNNQNS are evidently a band exploring guitar music with much more depth and breadth than your average. “I like pop, punk or experimental electronic music a lot more than rock,” D'Epinay says. “This is why there are these strange sounds and transitions that come in and out during the album: drones, ambience, drum machines etc.

Tracks
Tracklisting
1 Body Negative  
2 NotWhatYouThoughtYouKnew  
3 She's Waiting For The Day  
4 Double Visions  
5 Different Sides Of Truth  
6 Limits Of Town  
7 Urinals  
8 Desperation Moon  
9 Drinking From The Pond  
10 Fall Down  
11 Stagnant Pools  
12 Wire (Down To The)  
13 Telephone