Muna W/ Lo Moon

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The Loft @ UCSD says

UCSD Students w/ Student ID: $5
GA: $10

Doors: 8:00PM
Show: 8:30PM


Via memorable headscarves, premature life crises, and three individual obsessions with making music, MUNA arrived at their self-described “dark pop” of 2016 and a debut EP in ‘Loudspeaker’, which they take full credit for. They write and produce everything themselves simply because they can. Besides containing four catchy slices of MUNA melodic fire, intended to lay the groundwork for a future album, the title is aptly named. It represents the trio’s intention to wield their musical platform and voice their innermost anxieties, truths and impressions of the human race, while having the time of their - and your - lives. Bolstered by their inner gang confidence, they’re fearless when it comes to just being MUNA: individualist, intelligent and sidesplittingly funny. Their listening sessions comprise of everything from Fleetwood Mac and Talking Heads to Massive Attack, LUSH and Cocteau Twins.

Lo Moon

Lo Moon is Matt Lowell (lead vocals, guitar and keyboards), Crisanta Baker (guitar, bass, keyboards and backing vocals) and multi-instrumentalist and principal guitarist Samuel Stewart. After relocating from London to L.A. in 2010, Stewart — the son of Dave Stewart (Eurythmics) and Siobhan Fahey (Shakespears Sister and Bananarama) — connected with Lowell and Baker, and the trio is currently working on its debut album, produced by François Tétaz and Death Cab for Cutie's Chris Walla and set for release in 2017. The cascading textures and keyboard and rhythmic crescendos of "Loveless" bring to mind the cinematic lift of Sigur Rós. The song has a big sound that's as intimate as it is anthemic; all seven minutes are worthy of your attention.
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