Posts Tagged ‘Moon Duo’

VIDEO: Moon Duo – Sleepwalker

San Francisco two-piece Moon Duo have released a video for their new single ‘Sleepwalker’. Check it out below:

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VIDEO: Moon Duo – Horror Tour

Moon Duo opt for a horror film route on their new music video for the aptly titled track, ‘Horror Tour’, taken from their 12″ vinyl EP release of the same name. Check it out:

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EP: Moon Duo – Horror Tour

Release Date: October 31st, 2011
Label: Souterrain Transmissions Records
Website: www.moonduo.org
MySpace: www.myspace.com/moonduo

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It seems that 2011 sure has been a busy year for Moon Duo‘s Ripley Johnson. After releasing ‘West’ with the California psych-rockers Wooden Shjips, Johnson has been working on his similarly psychedelic side-project along with synth-playing Sanae Yamada. ‘Horror Tour’ is Moon Duo‘s second release in the short space of this year, but while 2011’s previous effort ‘Mazes’ shimmered and gleamed with colourful synth, ‘Horror Tour’ is a slightly different ball game.

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NEWS: Moon Duo release Halloween themed ‘Horror Tour’ EP!

Moon Duo are to release their more dark and more Halloween-themed EP ‘Horror Tour’, available on limited edition (1000 copies only) 12″ vinyl ahead of their European tour with a Halloween release date – October 31st 2011. Three out of four of the tracks will be instrumental, except the title-track which can be heard here. The artwork and tracklisting can be seen below:

01.) Horror Tour
02.) Causing A Rainbow
03.) Sickener
04.) Circle Of Evocation Pt. 2

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ALBUM: Moon Duo – Mazes

Release Date: April 18th, 2011
Label: Souterrain Transmissions
Website: www.moonduo.org
MySpace: www.myspace.com/moonduo

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After several painful listens of this record, I can safely say that it’s pretty awful. ‘Mazes’ is a full punishing 44 minutes long, where all 8 tracks blend together into this mono-tonal, dull, cheap, electronic dirge. It’s the kind of pretentious shite that hipsters go on and on about, and then go on to claim that “you’ve probably never heard of them because they’re so underground”. Maybe that’s a good thing, and in this case it most definitely is.

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