Lunar Divison
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Lunar Divison

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, United States | Established. Jan 01, 2018 | SELF

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, United States | SELF
Established on Jan, 2018
Band Alternative Indie

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Nov
23
Lunar Divison @ Red Brick Bar

Norman, Oklahoma, United States

Norman, Oklahoma, United States

Sep
27
Lunar Divison @ Your Moms Place

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, United States

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, United States

Sep
14
Lunar Divison @ Your Moms Place

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, United States

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, United States

Jul
12
Lunar Divison @ Drunken Fry

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, United States

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, United States

Jun
22
Lunar Divison @ Red Brick Bar

Norman, Oklahoma, United States

Norman, Oklahoma, United States

Jan
26
Lunar Divison @ Your Moms Place

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, United States

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, United States

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"Lunar Division - Lunar Division"

They plays no frills rock that is easy to appreciate. The band mentions Influences that go all the way from Black Sabbath and Spoon to Arctic Monkeys and Ty Segall. All things considered those bands aren’t too far apart and fall under the umbrella of rock. You can hear this scattered influence throughout as the band dips into a number of sub-genres.

The album starts with “Good Evening” which is a short introduction to the band. It’s comprised of a heavy hitting rhythm section and distorted chords. It’s garage 101 type of stuff that is well implemented, fast and fun. They dive into a classic ’70s rock sound on ”Midnight Train.” It’s a catchy tune with a good amount of attitude that was easy to appreciate. “Places” is a solid song with circular guitar rhythm on the verse and hard-hitting drums.

One of the highlights was “Frequency.” The song is a bit chaotic in a good way and displays a versatile vocal performance. There are a number of highlights as the album progresses including “In the Dark” and “Don’t Tell Me.”

As an engineer I would say one of the areas to concentrate on would be the recording quality. This was a lo-fi home recording which varied in quality. Some songs sounded better than others but thought they did a solid job with the tools they had. I like their songs and think they have some talent. In my opinion, working with an engineer at some point could really tap into the potential of some of these songs.

​Overall, I thought this was a solid debut. The band seem to be having a good amount of fun and that comes across in their music. I’m looking forward to where they go from here. - Divide and Conquer


"Introducing Brand New Music From Lunar Division"

On Friday, September 13, OKC band Lunar Division released their self-titled debut album.

This four piece rock band from Oklahoma City put out their first full length album last Friday. The album features their single, “In the Dark,” released on August 30. The album marks the entirety of their music catalog, as the band hasn’t been a part of the scene for very long.

Each song from the album is infused with rock influences. Grinding instruments and growling vocals make the genre clear from the start. The songs also contain the well-known themes of rebellion and dissent; lyrics that highlight these themes are prevalent in each song. Topics like feeling caged or moving in the dark make multiple appearances in support of the centering element of dissent.

Ten songs make up the track-list, each one a complement of another. By the end, the album leaves behind a feeling of empowerment; after hearing the sometimes dark, sometimes hopeful feelings of the band, and mixing it with the upbeat rock tones, you can’t help but feel rejuvenated and connected to the band.

Each song combines the telltale rock elements with the distinct personality of the band to form the unique album, Lunar Division. There’s no other description needed – it’s an album you just have to listen to in order to understand.

Lunar Division will be performing at Your Mom’s Place in OKC on Friday, September 27, with Prismatics and Shoulda Been Blonde. Check them out on all social media and music streaming sites, and be sure to listen to their new album. - Star Catcher Magazine


"Singles Grab Bag #9"

For a fuller idea of the band’s strengths and range, check out the jangly indie opener “Good Evening”, instrumental rock jam “M.R.”, or proto-punk tinged “Caged” from the debut LP, Lunar Division, available now on Bandcamp and all streaming platforms. - Make Oklahoma Weirder


Discography

Lunar Division (2019)

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Bio

Lunar Division is a four piece alternative rock band out of Oklahoma City. They are four people that appreciate art and music and hope to serve both. The music features loud jangling guitars covered with distortion. The drums and bass are the heart of the music as they give energy and intensity to the songs.

Influences go all the way from Black Sabbath and Spoon to Arctic Monkeys and Ty Segall. There are a wide range of unpredictable sounds to be heard from the album and the live performances. 

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