ALBUM REVIEW: Gamut by Mugga

By: Derek Spencer


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Madrid-based shoegazers Mugga unleash a dynamic selection of noises, ranging from spaced-out guitar solos and polyrhythmic latin percussion to radio-friendly hooks and cleanly arpeggiated basslines underneath heavily harmonized vocal melodies. ¬†Gamut, the band’s 2014 junior LP, shifts between rock sub-genres with limited friction, taking listeners by surprise and demonstrating themselves as a band with true professional potential.


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