By Devin Duckworth | June 24th, 2012
Released back in May via independently run, vinyl-only label, No Recordings, “Bloody Mouth” is one of those tracks that will hook you right from the start. This project of Atlanta-based Moons has a similarly engrossing introduction to Phoenix’s “Love Like A Sunset Part 1,” with escalading beats and sweeping, flickering glitz.
As described by Octopus Windmill, this slick track is “blissful and lucid in all the right ways.” It begins in a relaxed, minimal state up until the 1:50 mark, when the steady guitar riffs shift into a gust of musical mixtures and melodic pleas. Then, suddenly at the 2:30 mark, we are built up into an eventual sonic breakdown of sounds that blasts us into galactic arena full of rhythmic grooving.
With this being No Recordings #001 release, limited to only 250 copies, and the debut piece from an artist with a ton of talent, this vinyl won’t let you down. And let’s be real here, this impressive 7″ will be quite pleasing on your turntable as well as sitting in your record collection. Check out Moons SoundCloud to learn more.