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Girls And Film reviewed

Saturday, July 1st, 2017

What the periodicals said about the new Moogieman album.

Nightshift
Issue 264, July 2017

Moogieman might yet end up enjoying the accolade of being the last ever artist to kick off the Oxford Punt and his 2016 opening set at the Purple Turtle remains a favourite memory of that May evening. The bulk of the intervening year has seen him tinker with the finishing touches to this album. (more…)

Girls And Film launch 16 June

Tuesday, May 9th, 2017

Girls And Film cover artAll Will Be Well Records has announced the release date of the long-awaited Moogieman album, Girls And Film, a concept album based around the theme of analogue photography.

The album features 24 tracks and includes songs that have been part of the Moogieman And The Masochists setlist, such as Disposable, Pinhole, I Left My Camera On The Moon and Provia, and of course a host of brand new ones. Many of these will be aired for the first time at the launch gig, which takes place at the Cellar on Friday 16 June.

The album was mainly recorded (more…)

Action Sampler EP now out

Thursday, October 13th, 2016

Containing 12.5% of the forthcoming Girls And Film Album – that’s 3 songs out of the planned 24, plus an extra track that isn’t related to photography – the new EP serves as an amuse bouche for those keen to get a taste of the new Moogieman sound. It’s available at Bandcamp or on CD. Copies will be on sale at the next gig: 15 October at the Library, 4pm for Oxjam.

What to do when your album stalls?

Monday, October 3rd, 2016
Flowchart for recording Girls and Film.

Flowchart showing the (convoluted) process of making the album Girls And Film.

That difficult first album – it all gets off to a great start, ideas flow and you’re feeling musically inspired. But then life gets in the way, your open reel 8 track breaks down, you’re not happy with your mechanical reverb options so you have to build a plate device, the album concept is film photography so you need 24 tracks. (more…)

‘Carefully put together, witty, arch lyrics’ – Music In Oxford

Monday, June 23rd, 2014

A new review of the Extended EP is now out on the Music In Oxford website. (more…)

Long awaited Extended EP (E2P) out on 3 July

Wednesday, May 14th, 2014

Moogieman - Extended EP cover

The Moogiemedia team is pleased to announce that after many months of hard studio work, several months of deliberation and a few months of indecision (not necessarily in that order) the Extended EP (E2P) will be released on 3 July.

The occasion will be marked with a launch gig at the Albion Beatnik Bookstore (more…)

The economy of love, stupid!

Monday, April 14th, 2014


The first ‘proper’ Moogieman video, with actors and everything (provided, mainly, by courtesey of Awkward Actors).

The song is Economy Of Love, the first track on the forthcoming Extended EP (E2P).

Last chance to get the Moogieman Xmas CD single

Thursday, December 19th, 2013

There are a few copies left of the Moogieman CD single, My Origami Christmas Tree. There will be a chance to pick one up tonight at Catweazle, or over the next few days.

The single comes wrapped in an origami cover and includes a DIY kit to make your own origami Christmas tree with high quality Japanese paper.

Where next for the moogosphere?

Tuesday, October 22nd, 2013

First of all, apologies for the lack of updates recently. That’s been partly due to a late summer break in Napoli (‘O fair, false city, thou gay and gilded harlot!’) but mainly due to being buried away, recording my forthcoming Extended EP (the E2P).

The good news is that most of the work is done, with just vocals and the odd guitar and keyboard line left to do before mixing can commence. (more…)

New release: SFOM EP

Tuesday, February 15th, 2011

SFOM EP by MoogiemanA new Moogieman EP is now available, featuring brand new recordings of Snow Falls On Mars, Louis Bleriot’s Moustache and Economy Of Love. The EP, officially titled the SFOM EP, also includes The Breda.

Louis Bleriot’s Moustache and Economy Of Love are straightforward ‘live’ recordings made with a couple of microphones. Snow Falls On Mars is a more elaborate affair, recorded over a period of about a year (though not continuously (more…)