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Moon Duo

05 Feb 2020

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Words by Nick Obst

Psychedelic rock band Moon Duo will perform at the Melbourne Recital Centre (MRC) on February 11.

Made up of Sanae Yamada and Wooden Shjips’ Erik ‘Ripley’ Johnson, the band has found success with its combination of dreamy cosmic soundscapes and a down-to-earth attitude.

Following on from its 2017 album Occult Architecture, the Portland-based pair will perform in Melbourne after the release of Stars Are the Light, its seventh album.

The album takes disco as a groove-oriented starting point before combining elements of ‘70s funk and ‘90s rave music. The band’s performance at Elisabeth Murdoch Hall will combine Johnson’s signature guitar sound and Yamada’s synth and vocals with Lightship, a light play of live visuals created by Manchester-based visual projection artist Emmanuel Biard.

melbournerecital.com.au

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