In Conversation With… Stuart Braithwaite
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Described by the Guardian as 'a brick through the window of Britpop in its death throes', 21 years of Mogwais post-rock power and minimalism have shaped one of the most important groups of a fragmented but increasingly potent British musical underground. With one of the most recognisable and mesmerising sonic identities in contemporary music developed through a career of uncountable gigs, Mogwai have been responsible for eight studio albums, one live album, four compilations, four soundtracks, one record label and a few blown PAs and dislodged pieces of ceiling along the way.