Where Did The Night Fall (Another Night Out)

Where Did The Night Fall (Another Night Out)


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Doing away with any preconceived notions, UNKLE changed things up drastically for their fourth official album. With Richard File out of the picture and Pablo Clements picking up the reins as James Lavelle's sideman, the duo leaves trip-hop and digitally…  See more details below


Doing away with any preconceived notions, UNKLE changed things up drastically for their fourth official album. With Richard File out of the picture and Pablo Clements picking up the reins as James Lavelle's sideman, the duo leaves trip-hop and digitally skewed breakbeats at the wayside. As a substitute, the new incarnation goes the band route, using primarily live instrumentation and a garage rock/psych pop sonic palette. Those who followed UNKLE after the breakout success of Psyence Fiction will be familiar with Lavelle's inclinations to try to rock in a post-Spooky world, which usually led him down a road of mediocre results, but where War Stories fused electronic aspects with saturated stoner rock, Where Did the Night Fall is a focused production of thick, heavily orchestrated Brit-rock, along the lines of Clinic and Muse. Per usual, vocalists take turns phoning in from their respective area codes, and Autolux, Mark Lanegan, Elle. J, Big in Japan, Sleepy Sun, and the Black Angels turn in excellent performances. Even so, the studio band of Joel Cadbury, James Griffith, Matthew Pierce, and drummers Graham Fox and White Denim's Josh Block (among others, including the Heritage Orchestra) steals the show. The songs feel less flawed than previous experiments, with a unified vibe due to the eerie cement-wall production that overlays everything. No hip-hop MC detours. No dodgy instrumentals. Just groovy fuzz basslines, wayward drumming, chugging guitars, pulsing organs, and echoey vocals sung over minor chords that give way to tense, white-hot hooks. It's an explicit leap into new territory for the band, and songs like "Natural Selection," "Joy Factory," "The Answer," and "On a Wire" make for some of UNKLE's all-time best singles, ones that rank right up there with "Rabbit in Your Headlights" and "Lonely Soul."

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Surrender All (Red)

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Album Credits

Performance Credits

UNKLE   Primary Artist
Mark Lanegan   Vocals
Carla Azar   Percussion,Drums,Vocals
Chris Goss   Synthesizer,Guitar,Keyboards,Background Vocals
Simon James   Synthesizer,Keyboards
Nat Jones   Violin
Tim Young   Synthesizer,Keyboards,Background Vocals
Greg Edwards   Bass,Vocals,Omnichord
James Lavelle   Vocals,Background Vocals,Group Member
Joel Cadbury   Synthesizer,Bass,Guitar,Piano,Keyboards,Vocals,Background Vocals
Joshua Block   Drums
Katrina Ford   Vocals
Dave Bateman   Synthesizer,Bass,Keyboards
Pablo Clements   Synthesizer,Keyboards,Group Member
Ruston Pomeroy   Violin
Michael Lowry   Drums,Vocals,Background Vocals
Eugene Goreshter   Bass
Black Angels   Synthesizer,Guitar,Keyboards,Background Vocals
Christian Bland   Organ
Alex Maas   Vocals
Heritage Orchestra   Strings,Brass
Jennymay Logan   Violin
Graham Fox   Drums
Rachel Williams   Vocals
Gavin Clark   Vocals,Background Vocals
James Griffith   Synthesizer,Bass,Guitar,Piano,Keyboards,Vocals,Background Vocals
Rhian Porter   Cello
Aidan Lavelle   Synthesizer,Piano,Keyboards
Brian Tice   Drums
Alan Hardiman   Trombone
Mark Grainger   Tuba
Steven Young   Bass
Steven Haynes   Trombone
Sam Jacobs   French Horn
Sam Aylward   Violin
Penny Ainscow   Violin
Nozomi Cohen   Viola
Nicki Davenport   Double Bass
Laura Holt   Viola
Kit Massey   Violin
Freddie Bols   Trumpet
Elle. J   Vocals,Background Vocals
Ben Trigg   Cello
Mark Wood   French Horn
Matthew Pierce   Synthesizer,Keyboards,Vocals,fender rhodes

Technical Credits

Carla Azar   Engineer
G. Clark   Composer
Sam Bell   drum programming
Greg Edwards   Engineer
UNKLE   Producer
James Lavelle   Art Direction
Mike Marsh   Mastering
Ben Drury   Art Direction
Mike Pelanconi   Drum Engineering
D. Bateman   Composer
Eric Weaver   Vocal Engineer
Katrina Ford   Composer
Sean Antanaitis   Engineer,Vocal Engineer
Warren Du Preez   Art Direction
Aiden Lavelle   Composer
Dave Bateman   Engineer,Additional Production
Pablo Clements   Programming,Engineer,Vocal Engineer,Drum Engineering
Steve Wright   Engineer
Autolux   Composer,Producer
Joshua Blanchard   Vocal Engineer
Black Angels   Composer
Laurence Aldridge   Pro-Tools
Heritage Orchestra   String Arrangements,Orchestral Arrangements,Orchestra Production
Rob Riley   Engineer
Kyle Hunt   Vocal Engineer
Nick Thornton Jones   Art Direction
James Griffith   Programming,Engineer,Additional Production
Sleepy Sun   Composer
Chris Wheeler   Orchestra Production
Aidan Lavelle   Programming,Engineer,Additional Production
Jules Buckley   String Arrangements,Orchestral Arrangements
J. Lavelle   Composer
J. Griffith   Composer
J. Cadbury   Composer
Sebastian Lewsley   Engineer,Vocal Engineer
Zowie Broach   Costume Design
Tom Richards   Orchestral Arrangements
Soichi Inagaki   Assistant Hair Stylist
Nicole Stillman   Assistant Photographer
Lindsey Thurlow   Producer
Leonie Edwards Jones   Producer
Jerome Hunt   Assistant Photographer
Elle. J   Composer
Danielle Epworth   Make-Up Assistant
Dan Goudie   Vocal Engineer,Pro-Tools
Brian Kirkby   Costume Design
Andrew McCormack   String Arrangements
Ameena Kara Callender   Assistant Hair Stylist

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