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Moon Hooch

moon hooch

Versatility by definition is an adjective used to describe something or someone as a variable or changeable, as in feeling, purpose or policy. I could not think of a better term to describe the three piece band out of Brooklyn known as Moon Hooch. Each member is from a completely different background. Wenzl McGowen (Tenor Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone and Contrabass) was born in the Canary Islands. Mike Wilbur (Tenor Saxophone, Vocals and Synth) was born and raised in Brockton, MA. James Muschler (drums) was born and raised in Cleveland. They came together while studying at New York’s prestigious New School. This is where Moon Hooch found its feeling, purpose and the policy with what they call Cave Music in the city’s subways. Fresh off a European tour, James Muschler took some time to culture Mother Plug Music on Cave Music and just how versatile Moon Hooch is!

Hey James, how are you doing?

JAMES: I’m doing great, how are you?

I’m good! Thank you for asking. So you guys just got back from touring in Europe?

James: Yea we did. It was awesome! The crowds were really receptive and crazy! And actually the first time we toured over there was about three years ago and we’ve been to the…

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Interview- Break Science

Interview- Break Science

Break Science Borahm Lee and Adam Deitch took a few moments to chat with Mother Plug Music. Out of the hip-hop trailblazing city of New York, this powerhouse brings us beats inspired by genres from India to New Orleans and everything in between. They are true visionaries. Borahm has mastered manipulating sound wave and playing the keys. Pair that with Adam’s incredible production and drum abilities, these two are a perfect mix for this new age of electronic music with old school inspirations.

 

 

Welcome to Birmingham Guys, how’s it going?

Borahm: Hey what’s up?

Adam: How y’all doing?

So what do you guys think of Alabama?

Adam: I love it. It’s just great to see people partying together. People of all backgrounds are hanging out, dancing. It’s just a good scene to see happening in Birmingham.

Borahm: Adam actually made a comment earlier. So where we are from in New York, the way people talk is very flat and straight, but when we get down south it’s just more colorful. The accents and the speech, we are musicians so we are sensitive to sound. So, we love…

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