Friday, November 7, 2014

Metronomy remix

John Cummings remix of Metronomy's 'The Upsetter'

Wednesday, November 5, 2014

James Yorkston remix

James Yorkston - Guy Fawkes' Signature (Stuart Braithwaite Remix)

Perth - February 2015

Two further additions to Mogwai's Australian tour:

23rd and 24th Feb 2015 - Mogwai + J Mascis
Perth International Arts Festival

Australia and New Zealand - Feb/March 2015


Mogwai tour
Friday, February 27 – Thebarton Theatre, Adelaide
Sunday, March 1 – Melbourne, Hamer Hall, Melbourne
Monday, March 2 – Opera House Concert Hall, Sydney
Wednesday, March 4 – The Tivoli, Brisbane
Friday, March 6 – Powerstation, Auckland
Saturday, March 7 – St. James Cabaret, Wellington

Mogwai's first visit to New Zealand since 1999.

Monday, November 3, 2014

Sydney Opera House - 2nd March 2015

Mogwai play Sydney Opera House on 2nd March 2015.
Tickets on sale Monday 10th November, 9am.

Sunday, November 2, 2014

20th anniversary compilation

Thanks to Alejandro for pointing out that, at the end of this interview with The Argus, Stuart mentions plans to mark Mogwai's 20th anniversary in 2015.

After nearly 20 years Mogwai are beginning to look back. Next year should see an anniversary compilation with “harder to find things” and vinyl reissues of every Mogwai record.

Referring to the compilation’s track list, he jokes “It’s an ongoing discussion, but it’s probably the easiest record we’ll ever make.”

Friday, October 24, 2014

Simple Things stream

Mogwai play Bristol's Simple Things Festival tomorrow (Sat 25th October, Colston Hall, 11.30pm)

The show will be streamed live here:

Saturday, October 18, 2014

Never Come Home - free download

Stuart recently provided the music for 'Never Come Home', a poem by Catherine Baird that won a poetry competition launched by Jane Graham (a Scottish Book Trust Reader in Residence) via North Lanarkshire, Cumbria and Gwynedd libraries.

The poem is read by the actress Shirley Henderson (Trainspotting, FILTH, Harry Potter...)
You can download the track for free via our website:

And here's an interview with Jane Graham, the project's brainchild: