The Dirty Moogs
Dream the dream that was electronic music in 1977, a simpler time when robots were still cool, nobody except nerds cared about synthesizers, and analog synths were a dirty affair. Or, at least as dirty as methodical, machinist German electronic specialists would allow. While Boise, Idaho based The Dirty Moogs twiddle their knobs in homage to their synthesized heroes (Kraftwerk, Sparks, et. al) they add the element long forgotten by synthesizer music; fun. Certainly, analog synth dance bands are not necessarily a groundbreaking phenomena in 2013, but what sets The Dirty Moogs apart from those who use the Moog as a gimmick, or even those who've managed to nail the Gary Numan/80's soundtrack aesthetic, is the songwriting. While some of the tones are nostalgic, dancing is timeless, and the Moogs share the best of traits with their pioneering predecessors; memorable melodies and good songs.
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"To it's credit the release doesn't coast on shtick. Instead, the polished production, irresistible hooks and endearing sill lyrics achieve winning brand-maintenance...each track has something to bring a smile to the listener's face." - Boise Weekly
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