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Album: Mosaic *
# Song Title   Time
1)    Form and Function
2)    Pyramid, The
3)    Pace or the Patience
4)    At 100%
5)    Interlude
6)    Ms V. Export
7)    Confrontation
8)    Single Cable
9)    Double
10)    All the Time
11)    Trouble
12)    What Was I Supposed to Do?
13)    [Untitled]
 

Album: Mosaic *
# Song Title   Time
1)    Form and Function
2)    Pyramid, The
3)    Pace or the Patience
4)    At 100%
5)    Interlude
6)    Ms V. Export
7)    Confrontation
8)    Single Cable
9)    Double
10)    All the Time
11)    Trouble
12)    What Was I Supposed to Do?
13)    [Untitled]
 
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  • Composers: Sellbach; Horton.
  • Love of Diagrams: Luke Horton (guitars); Antonia Sellbach (bass instrument); Monika Fikerle.
  • Personnel: Luke Horton (vocals, guitar); Antonia Sellbach (vocals, melodica); Monika Fikerle (drums, background vocals); Bob Weston (loops).
  • Audio Mixer: Bob Weston .
  • Recording information: Electrical Audio Studios, Chicago, IL (12/2005-03/2006).
  • Photographer: Lauren Bamford.
  • On its full-length 2007 debut for the revered Matador label, the trio Love of Diagrams offers up an assured set of angular rock. The Melbourne, Australia-based band is clearly influenced by distortion-loving acts such as Sonic Youth and Fugazi, as well as the classic U.K. post-punks that first introduced the concept of "angular" to rock's musical lexicon. The group, fronted by vocalists Antonia Sellbach and Luke Horton, excels at urgent, restless tunes that often pit Sellbach's rumbling bass lines against Horton's searing guitar riffs (see "The Pyramid"), making MOSIAC ideal for those who appreciate aggressive, off-kilter indie-rock.
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