Album artwork for Idiology by Mouse On Mars

Mouse on Mars return to Thrill Jockey in 2018 with a brand new studio album coming in April and a series of their classic albums re-issued on vinyl.

On Idiology Mouse on Mars create soundscapes that blur the line between programming and live musicianship, and sometimes between Earth and outer space. The album takes the acoustic experiments of Niun Niggung even further, and it's this combination of electronic and "traditional" music - melding keyboards and synthesizers with french horns and guitars and trumpets into a seamless whole - that points the way through the dead-ends of most electronica.

Mouse On Mars

Idiology

Thrill Jockey
Album artwork for Idiology by Mouse On Mars
LP

$29.99

Indie Exclusive - die-cut black jacket and printed inner sleeve

White
Includes download code
Released 09/16/2022Catalogue Number

LP-THRILL-098IE

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Album artwork for Album artwork for Idiology by Mouse On Mars by Idiology - Mouse On Mars
Album artwork for Idiology by Mouse On Mars
LP+

$19.99

white colored vinyl and presented in a die cut jacket with artworked inner sleeve and free download card.

Released 02/23/2018Catalogue Number

LP-THRILL-098

Mouse On Mars

Idiology

Thrill Jockey
Album artwork for Idiology by Mouse On Mars
LP

$29.99

Indie Exclusive - die-cut black jacket and printed inner sleeve

White
Includes download code
Released 09/16/2022Catalogue Number

LP-THRILL-098IE

Usually dispatched in 5-10 days

Album artwork for Album artwork for Idiology by Mouse On Mars by Idiology - Mouse On Mars
Album artwork for Idiology by Mouse On Mars
LP+

$19.99

white colored vinyl and presented in a die cut jacket with artworked inner sleeve and free download card.

Released 02/23/2018Catalogue Number

LP-THRILL-098

Mouse on Mars return to Thrill Jockey in 2018 with a brand new studio album coming in April and a series of their classic albums re-issued on vinyl.

On Idiology Mouse on Mars create soundscapes that blur the line between programming and live musicianship, and sometimes between Earth and outer space. The album takes the acoustic experiments of Niun Niggung even further, and it's this combination of electronic and "traditional" music - melding keyboards and synthesizers with french horns and guitars and trumpets into a seamless whole - that points the way through the dead-ends of most electronica.