Moon Hooch

Amazingly enough, the last band you’d want to hear on the subway after a long day of work sounds pretty great on record. Known for impromptu performances at Brooklyn train stations, this trio lets ’er rip with two piercing saxes and seriously fierce drums. Sound like something cooked up at the New School for Jazz and Contemporary Music? It was, but there are riffs amid the skronking and grooves in the pummeling percussion. You can’t go wrong with “Tubes,” “Number 2” or “Number 1”—bizarro party jams that make you work for their moments of sweet release. Best of all, when you’ve had your fill, you can simply press stop. No train transfers required.


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