Where's Moo
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Where's Moo


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The best kept secret in music


"Where’s Moo - Slow Politics EP"

With their members transcending America and their sound transcending the last 20 years of American freaked out ambient indie, California based Where’s Moo are an intriguing prospect. From the outset you can hear the obvious influences of REM (Front man Michael Mangum is a definite Michael Stipe sound-a-like!) and in the darker places The Pixies. The highlights on this seven song strong extended player are the driving, power packed opener ‘Electric Organizer’, the menacing razor-edged nod to proto-grunge ‘Can’t Live With Buttons’ and the melancholy closer ‘Alien People’ with its jarringly operatic feel. While their originality may be in question it is for certain that Where’s Moo use their influences to subtle and clever effect. - Daniel Melia of Gigwise.com

"Where's Moo - Four Song Demo"

"...the music from this CD has become trapped in my head. I hear it when I ride the train; when I'm shopping for groceries; when I pay my taxes...I go to sleep hearing it, and when I wake up it's still playing where it left off. I don't even need to play the CD anymore -- it's embedded in my brain. (Psst! That's gotta count for something, record executives!)...There are bits and pieces of all sorts of things in this band's sound: R.E.M., Pixies, PJ Harvey, Cranberries, Radiohead...subtle and clever musical moments on this CD...it just shows that the established music scene needs to be altered...Three cheers for Where's Moo." - Sir Millard Mulch of Ink19.com


Dear Friend Dopamine 2007

Slow Politics E.P. 2005
--“Electric Organizer” playtime on L.A.’s 103.1

Four Song Demo 2004
--“Hostile Takeover” playtime on L.A.’s 103.1

Happiness 2003
--“Lightspeed” playtime on Central Florida’s 104.1

Axis Mag Compilation 2001
Green Light E.P. 2000


Feeling a bit camera shy


The Sound is a fusion of power pop and indie rock laced with electronic ambience and psychedelic guitar. Where’s Moo reminds people of everything from the Pixies to Joy Division to R.E.M. Live performances send front-man Michael Mangum into a spinning frenzy backed by Jocelyn Horvath’s charming vocals and sexy guitar riffs. Aram Giragos manages to lay down a solid bassline while singing and rocking out. And...about Matt Soule...like all drummers he can handle his alcohol and refuses to wear a shirt during a show. If someone buys him a beer or two, he still furiously pounds out all of the songs with ample originality and loads of rock flair.