Moon Duo全新专辑巡演深圳站 Moon Duo New Album China Tour

Moon Duo全新专辑巡演深圳站

 

时间:2015.12.01 周二 20:30-22:00

场地:B10现场 http://www.b10live.cn

地址:深圳市南山区华侨城创意文化园北区C2栋北侧

电话:0755-86337602(15:00-18:00,仅供咨询)

主办方:华侨城创意文化园

演出不设座位,场地两旁有数十张椅子可供休息。

20:00检票入场。

 

购票信息

票价:预售 60 元;现场 80 元

1/预售

※截止时间:12月1日 00:00

①实体:旧天堂书店(华侨城创意文化园北区A5栋120#)

②淘宝:https://item.taobao.com/item.htm?id=522995786723

2/现场

地点:B10现场

※现场售票19:30开始。

 

Moon Duo来自美国西岸的旧金山,由太空摇滚乐团Wooden Shjips主脑Ripley Johnson和Sanae Yamada组建。

在汲取了Krautrock的创新性和编曲中的冰冷基调后,佐以Neo-Psychedelic音乐的迷幻模糊质感,你会在Moon Duo中寻觅到Spacemen 3、Silver Apples和Suicide所带来的影响渊源。

乐队近年招募鼓手John Jeffrey入军,代替以往的鼓机音色,在透过大量合成器和粗砺的吉他音效后更显一丝人味。

时隔两年,Moon Duo再次来到中国,今年的新作专辑《Shadow of the Sun》一半产自波特兰黑暗的地下室,另一半源于明媚的加州,也许这次他们会带给你不一样的现场体验。

 

更多信息

网站:http://moonduo.org/

Instagram:http://instagram.com/moonduoband

Twitter:https://twitter.com/moonduo

脸书:https://www.facebook.com/moonduoofficial

视频:

Moon Duo

http://v.qq.com/boke/page/t/0/o/t0165s6pdpo.html

Moon Duo - Animal feat Richie Jackson

http://v.qq.com/boke/page/w/0/q/w0165eztboq.html


Moon Duo New Album China Tour Shenzhen Station

 

Time: 2015.12.01 Tuesday 20:30 - 22:00

Venue: B10 Live http://www.b10live.cn

Add: Building C2, North District, OCT-LOFT, Nanshan District, Shenzhen

Tel: 0755 86337602 (15:00-18:00, info only)

Organizer: OCT-LOFT Culture Development Co., Ltd

Admittance starts at 20:00.

Open area with several seats on both sides for resting purpose.

 

Ticketing

Fare: Presale 60 RMB; At Door 80 RMB

1/Presale

※Presale service available until 00:00 on 1st, Dec

①Entity: Old Heaven Books (120#, A5, North District of OCT-LOFT)

②Taobao: https://item.taobao.com/item.htm?id=522995786723

2/Booking

Please send the following information to midori@b10live.cn at least ONE DAY before the concert:

1.Name 2.Phone number 3.Date of the concert 4.Quantity of tickets

Ticket reservation will be closed 15 minutes before the show starts, please pick up your ticket at B10 Live in time.

3/At Door: B10 Live

※Starts at 19:30 on the day.

 

Formed in San Francisco in 2009 by Wooden Shijps guitarist Ripley Johnson and Sanae Yamada, Moon Duo’s first two critically acclaimed EPs, Killing Time (2009) and Escape (2010), fused the futuristic pylon hum and transistor reverb of Suicide or Silver Apples with the heat-haze fuzz of American rock ‘n’ roll to create tracks of blistering, 12-cylinder space rock.

Their debut album Mazes, recorded in San Francisco and mixed in Berlin during 2010 as the band prepared to move to the mountains of Colorado, explores a far broader, lighter, sound. That’s most clear on the dreamy organ and skipping riff of the title track, which recalls the Velvet Underground, or the handclaps and swinging organ bloops over the potent shredding and guttural riff delivered by Johnson in When You Cut. Throughout, Mazes is the sound of Moon Duo carving out their own identity, looking to the horizon, and moving forward.

Late 2011 saw the release of the darker, mostly instrumental Horror Tour EP around the band’s fall tour of Eastern Europe; Record Store Day 2012 brought a limited edition LP Mazes Remixed which featured remixes by the likes of Sonic Boom, Psychic Ills, and Purling Hiss. Now Moon Duo are set to release Circles, their second full-length LP with Souterrain Transmissions. The band will also set off on a worldwide tour in support of the album in October and November.

Circles is the product of a long winter’s isolation in the Rocky Mountains, though the road to its fruition stretched over six months and several locations. The groundwork for the album was laid at the band’s home in Blue River, Colorado in the early months of 2012, where all songs were written, and the preliminary tracks recorded. For two weeks in early April, Moon Duo moved into a small apartment above Lucky Cat Recordings in San Francisco for an additional recording session with engineer Phil Manley (Trans Am, Life Coach). Like its predecessor, the album was mixed and tweaked at Kaiku Studios in Berlin.

Inspiration for many of the songs themes, as well as the title Circles, came from Ralph Waldo Emerson’s 1841 essay by the same name, on the symbol and nature of “the flying Perfect.” From the opening lines: “The eye is the first circle; the horizon which it forms is the second; and throughout nature this primary figure is repeated without end.” And so it goes. Rust never sleeps.

 

More Information

Website:http://moonduo.org/

Instagram:http://instagram.com/moonduoband

Twitter:https://twitter.com/moonduo

Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/moonduoofficial

Video:

Moon Duo

http://v.qq.com/boke/page/t/0/o/t0165s6pdpo.html

Moon Duo - Animal feat Richie Jackson

http://v.qq.com/boke/page/w/0/q/w0165eztboq.html