Monday, 20 January 2020
Monday Long Song
After several years of CD or digital only releases, French five-piece Moon Rã issued their debut physical LP 'Moon Rå' very late in 2019. It's a cracking, intricate listen, with nods to prog, post, kraut and space rock. The significance of the differing umlauts? No idea mate. Apparently only 200 copies of 'Moon Rå' were pressed, the first 50 of which came with a CD containing some of the band's earlier recordings. I was too slow off the mark to bag the CD, but Moon Rã's back catalogue can be sampled / downloaded via their Bandcamp page (here).
Moon Rã - Alkaïd
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tres bon. Check out Abschaum for more more French Krautrock. Their Moon Tango album is excellent.
Checking out that Abschaum album now Drew. You're not wrong, it's a corker! Cheers.
Liking it: liking it a lot.
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