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Album Review

Simon Ward, Stephen Livingstone, and Greg Paterson added drummer James Hamilton for their sophomore album. But even though Errors are a post-rock quartet on Mogwai's Rock Action Records, they play instrumentals with such synthesized precision on Come Down with Me that the album shares the meticulous detail and slickness of an electronic soundtrack. Krautrock surfaces in the extended, Motorik-drive of “Beards,” while zippy retro keys patched right out of the Cure's “The Walk” give “Supertribe” some pep, and “Sorry About the Mess” has a Virgin Suicides symphonic atmosphere. Quite a few styles are explored, from dance beats to lush soundscapes, but everything is very congruent and similarly mesmerizing. Songs play into one another rather than jump around aimlessly, and Come Down with Me's straight-forward, tightly structured approach makes it perfectly shaped for background music. On the surface, it seems unintrusive and simple, yet repeated listens bring out subtle intricacies that make it highly engaging. Fans of Ratatat, Explosions in the Sky, and Tortoise take note.

Customer Reviews

Come Down With Me

Better than fantastic. Amazing

Awesome sound!

Love it!

Come down with me? - I'll do more than that!

Original genius. This music makes me reel with excitement. I was so taken with them I bought a t-shirt, even though it was drenched in beer. Truly orgasmic stuff.

Biography

Formed: 2004 in Glasgow, Scotland

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Signed to Mogwai's Rock Action label, Glasgow indie electronic quartet Errors are Greg Paterson (guitar, synthesizer), James Hamilton (drums, synth), Simon Ward (programming, synth), and Stephen Livingstone (synth, bass, guitar). Formed in 2004, they played their first gig at Glasgow's School of Art. Rock Action released How Clean Is Your Acid House? in 2006, plus two 7"s. Three full-lengths followed: 2008’s It's Not Something, But It Is Like Whatever, 2010’s Celebrity Come Down with Me, and 2011’s...
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