segunda-feira, 9 de março de 2015

Children of the Revolution with Moses Gunn Collective - An Interview

O quinteto de Brisbane, Austrália cheira retro, soa retro, e o charme esta exatamente ai.

O delicioso mix de T. Rex com Dandy Warhols, Flaming Lips e mais uma penca de referências, os eps dos caras grudam como chiclete na mente. Morning Shakes do ano passado então, ultrapassa o limite de bubblegum psicodélico glam pegajoso, é um grude que não sai tão fácil não.

Som sexy e dançante, o Moses Gunn Collective se tivesse a chance faria um sucesso absurdo, acreditem. 

***** Interview with Moses Gunn Collective *****

Q. When did Moses Gunn Collective started, tell us about the history...
Moses Gunn Collective was formed about six years ago but the musical foreplay between founding members stretches back to our childhood. The band has always been an alternative outlet for best pals to make music with a more laidback approach than other projects. We've released three EP's with three different line-ups... but this one is here to stay. It’s our baby and we love it.

Q: Who are your influences?
To name but a few: Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds, Beck, Conan Mockasin, The Doors, Devendra Banhart, Smog, Pond.

Q. Make a list of 5 albums of all time…
David Bowie- Hunky Dory
T.Rex- The Slider
Beck- Odelay
Os Mutantes- Os Mutantes
The Beatles- The White Album

Q. How do you feel playing live?
We love playing live, it’s the best way to hone your craft. You get to feel audience connection with your music in real time and play off that. We’re looking forward to playing a lot this year.

Q. How do you describe Moses Gunn Collective sounds?
Dreamy Neo-Psychadelic Tropicana music for young and old

Q: Tell us about the process of recording the songs?
The song-writing process has differed a lot for individual songs and evolved a lot over our history. At the moment Lois (lead guitar) has been making home demos for the tracks in his room to give us time to listen over to structures and whatnot before we re-record at a studio.

Q. Which new bands do you recommended?
Hollow Everdaze, Mid Ayr, Unknown Mortal Orchestra, The Family Jordan, C.W.Stoneking

Q: Which bands would you love to make a cover version of?
Todd Terje

Q: What´s the plan for the future....
We’re heading off next weeks to record our debut album! Out to a nice little country town to hole up in a shack for a while. We’re recording it independently with the help from a few precious friends. After that we’ll be touring and releasing it over the next few months with plans for world domination.

Q: Any parting words?
Hoover Bagless