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The first installment of a double LP, Everything Not Saved Will Be Lost, Pt. 1 delivers on the promise of past Foals outings like Holy Fire and What Went Down, pitting laser focus and wild abandon against each other in the group's most versatile collection of songs to date. The album's A-side comes off like a dance party on the deck of the Titanic, administering locomotive-like basslines and shadowy though no less propulsive beats, and pairing those rhythms with caustic and cautionary lyrics that invoke zeitgeisty anxieties like ecological disaster ("Exits") and infobesity ("White Onions"). That feeling of being overwhelmed looms large over the proceedings, with the anthemic and penultimate cut "Sunday" serving as the lone beacon of hope, though by no means redemption -- "The birds are all singing 'It's the end of the world.'" That song and the wistful closer "I'm Done with the World (& It's Done with Me)" hew closer to the atmosphere-heavy indie rock architecture of bands like Everything Everything and Alt-J, with the former cut invoking an apocalypse-themed rendering of Duran Duran's "Ordinary World." The rest of the LP spends its time leaping from Violator-era Depeche Mode synth pop ("In Degrees") to Motorik post-punk ("Syrups") to cosmopolitan indie pop ("Cafe D'Athens") with nary a pause in the action -- the largely ambient, 44-second "Surf, Pt.1" feels fairly superfluous. Reportedly, the band felt a bit at sea following the amicable departure of longtime bass player and founding member Walter Gervers, who left the fold shortly before tracking -- they continued to operate as a four-piece, sharing bass duties in the studio. Foals have always been deft wielders of unease, and the shambolic Everything Not Saved Will Be Lost feels certain in its uncertainty. Whether or not all of these stylistic shifts find some common ground with the release of volume two remains to be seen, but there's no denying the vitality that runs through this ten-song set, nor the inescapable feeling of doom. © James Christopher Monger /TiVo
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After the international chart success of 2013's Holy Fire, Foals officially embrace that album's rich, atmospheric post-punk revivalism over the rawer math rock tendencies of earlier LPs for their fourth full-length, What Went Down. Only ghostly traces of math rock remain on the album, such as when sustained synths wash over interlocking drum-guitar meters on the closer, "A Knife in the Ocean." The majority of the record avoids any prior levels of intricacy, opting instead for intense airiness in the form of passionate, danceable ruminations. Above all, the album is driving; even at relatively sleepier moments, drums kick in as if on cue and set any lost momentum back on track ("Give It All"). Vocalist Yannis Philippakis pushes his voice harder than ever before here, both in terms of range and strain, and his ability to at times resonate like Ian Curtis and soar like Bono is no small feat. The sparkling, rockin' title-track opener introduces his yowl with a clamoring swagger throughout the instrumentation, and with lyrics like "I buried my guilt in a pit in the sound/With the rust and the vultures and the trash downtown." Also vigorous, the particularly post-punky, motoric "Snake Oil" later plows straight into the lighter but rhythmically locomotive-like "Night Swimmers." There are calmer moments, like the slower, more spare "London Thunder ("I'm on the red-eye flight to nowhere good"), but the album's intensity and pulse remain. Ultimately, What Went Down should please fans of Holy Fire, and they may not be the only ones drawn to its gloomy and persistent energy. © Marcy Donelson /TiVo

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The first installment of a double LP, Everything Not Saved Will Be Lost, Pt. 1 delivers on the promise of past Foals outings like Holy Fire and What Went Down, pitting laser focus and wild abandon against each other in the group's most versatile collection of songs to date. The album's A-side comes off like a dance party on the deck of the Titanic, administering locomotive-like basslines and shadowy though no less propulsive beats, and pairing those rhythms with caustic and cautionary lyrics that invoke zeitgeisty anxieties like ecological disaster ("Exits") and infobesity ("White Onions"). That feeling of being overwhelmed looms large over the proceedings, with the anthemic and penultimate cut "Sunday" serving as the lone beacon of hope, though by no means redemption -- "The birds are all singing 'It's the end of the world.'" That song and the wistful closer "I'm Done with the World (& It's Done with Me)" hew closer to the atmosphere-heavy indie rock architecture of bands like Everything Everything and Alt-J, with the former cut invoking an apocalypse-themed rendering of Duran Duran's "Ordinary World." The rest of the LP spends its time leaping from Violator-era Depeche Mode synth pop ("In Degrees") to Motorik post-punk ("Syrups") to cosmopolitan indie pop ("Cafe D'Athens") with nary a pause in the action -- the largely ambient, 44-second "Surf, Pt.1" feels fairly superfluous. Reportedly, the band felt a bit at sea following the amicable departure of longtime bass player and founding member Walter Gervers, who left the fold shortly before tracking -- they continued to operate as a four-piece, sharing bass duties in the studio. Foals have always been deft wielders of unease, and the shambolic Everything Not Saved Will Be Lost feels certain in its uncertainty. Whether or not all of these stylistic shifts find some common ground with the release of volume two remains to be seen, but there's no denying the vitality that runs through this ten-song set, nor the inescapable feeling of doom. © James Christopher Monger /TiVo
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