Moon Hooch captured the imaginations of thousands with its infamous stints busking on subway platforms and elsewhere in New York City: two sax players and a drummer whipping up furious, impromptu raves. This happened with such regularity at the Bedford Ave station in Williamsburg, that the band was banned from playing there by the NYPD.
The album title, This Is Cave Music, refers to the term Moon Hooch coined to describe their unique sound: it's like house music, but more primitive and jagged and raw.
While their self-titled first album approximated the band's acoustic approach to dance music, their second takes their cave music hybrid further into electronic and pop music.
- 1. No. 6
- 2. Mountain Song
- 3. 5-Sax Piece
- 4. Rainy Day
- 5. EWI
- 6. St. Louis
- 7. Bari 3
- 8. Why Not?
- 9. Contra Dubstep
- 10. Milk And Waffles
Sep 23Metz, France Moon Hooch at Les Trinitaires
Sep 23Metz, France Moon Hooch at LA CHAPELLE-LES TRINITAIRES
Sep 24Sannois, France Moon Hooch at Espace Michel Berger
Sep 25Paris, France Moon Hooch at New Morning
Sep 28Zürich, Switzerland Moon Hooch at Moods
Oct 01Marseille, France Moon Hooch at LE MOULIN
Oct 01Marseille, France Moon Hooch at Le Moulin - Club
Oct 02Toulouse, France Moon Hooch at Salle Nougaro
Oct 05Berlin, Germany Moon Hooch at Urban Spree
Oct 06Hamburg, Germany Moon Hooch at Bahnhof Pauli
- Moon Hooch Red Sky (Hornblow)