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Has it been another manic, manic New York Monday? Decompress with Mogwai playing an early show at Webster Hall that’s perfectly scheduled for a school night. The band’s lyric-less, cinematic soundscapes are ones you can lose yourself in and forget everything that happened before 6:30 p.m. today. In fact with no words, it can be hard to describe at all, which might be why the venue has posted a testimonial from one of the U.K.’s best-selling crime novelists Ian Rankin, an author who can describe the indescribable: "There are no lyrics, so all the potency, texture and variation of moods come from instruments alone. Mogwai paint pictures in sound; no words needed. Everything is in the ear of the beholder.” However, for anyone who had trouble deciphering parts of "Trainspotting,” these boys are from Glasgow, so maybe the words would get lost in translation anyway, fortunately the music has a parlance all its own.
Mogwai at Webster Hall