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I Am the Fun Blame Monster!

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"The Portland trio that comprises Menomena calls its first album I Am the Fun Blame Monster!, which is an anagram for \'the first Menomena album...\' The album was largely produced with a self-written computer program, after which they learned to play its songs live." - All Music

Under An Hour

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An experimental album, even for experimental group Menomena, Under An Hour was written for 3 modern dance pieces in conjunction with the T:BA Arts Festival in Portland, OR.

Friend and Foe

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Friend and foe shines Northwest indie songcraft through a Chicago post-rock lens, illuminating the quiet recesses with an unpredictable, experimental light. See what others have had to say about this phenomenal album: "Beautiful and ominous" (The Absolute Sound) "Equal parts free jazz, Talk Talk, and XTC" (Magnet) "This just might be what we\'ve waited for." (Filter)

Moms

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During the last decade, Menomena has become its own reference point. From hooks wrapped around plummeting baritone saxophone lines and nearly inhuman rhythms to serpentine lyrical frameworks and high-concept album art, Menomena has established a singular and unmistakable aesthetic. No one else sounds quite like this band. They embed magic and mystery within pop songs that have never sat still or taken the path of least pressure. Their new album, Moms, is tragic and intimate, comic and endearing, personal and motivated. In 10 songs and just less than 50 minutes, Menomena cast pop cascades into noise kaleidoscopes (Baton), chop and twist a melody until it becomes a big dance beat (Capsule), and build inescapable arrays of tension and texture that finally release (Tantalus). Opener Plumage couples its surge of energy with a cleverly playful study of sexuality, while Pique turns the same sort of seemingly impossible tessellated-rhythm tricks that have become a Menomena trademark.

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