Urbanscapes, Malaysia’s month-long creative arts festival, confirmed that Mogwai will play an Urbanscapes Satellite Show come November!

The Scottish post-rock band Mogwai (“Take Me Somewhere Nice”) often championed by the late John Peel of BBC Radio will take their brand of shoegazing, instrumental metal renditions to Urbanscapes’ Satellite Show. With a repertoire that contains tracks from the soundtrack for film The Fountain and French TV series, Les Revenants, and “Rave Tapes” which became UK’s best selling vinyl album this year – Mogwai will offer a chilling, ethereal set that will chill the bones and sway the crowd.

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Deets are as follows:

  • Date: 30th November
  • Time: 7pm onwards
  • Venue: KL Live, 20 Jalan Sultan Ismail, 50450 Kuala Lumpur

Ticketing:

  • Early Bird (On Sale Oct 16) – RM137
  • Pre-Sale – RM157*
  • Regular – RM177

*Pre-Sale tickets will be sold once early bird tickets are sold out. These tickets allow access to one satellite show of your choice only (make sure you buy the correct Satellite Show ticket!). These tickets do NOT allow access to Urbanscapes.

Urbanscapes tickets are available for purchase online at www.ticketpro.com.my.

Meanwhile, Tenacious D (Jack Black and Kyle Glass) will be performing in Malaysia for an Urbanscapes 2014 Satellite Show this December. Deets here! Let’s not forget that Chvrches is also slated to performing for an Urbanscapes 2014 Satellite Show in November. Deets for that as well as Urbanscapes 2014 here.

For more information on Urbanscapes 2014, visit their website or Facebook page.

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