“The syncopated drums are to die for. The guitar is present, clear and tasteful. The keys carry the necessary moods. And the vocals hold your hand throughout the experience.”
– Alex D, In The Record Store
“”“CHIMES,” their new single, is a wonderfully smooth song that shows evidence of a band that is destined to do great things. Christian’s hauntingly suave vocals drive an elegantly layered backing track that sounds like it was produced by a band well into their prime. The song is vocally reminiscent of Jesse Rutherford, lead singer of The Neighbourhood, but with more grit and more range. Bobbing your head to this song is inevitable and is a sign that Mister Moon succeeded in creating a great track.” – Stefano Todaro, Vinyl Venue
“The disc opens with the droning “Waste,” an atmospheric tune that features hushed vocals. The Alt-J-like “Peer” benefits from perky synths and rattling percussion. Consisting of two drummers, two keyboardists and two guitars, the band plays sonically lush melodies.”- Jeff Niesel, Cleveland Scene Magazine
Years of writing and recording music in his bedroom left Joey Cook with a sizeable stack of unheard tunes. In 2013 Pierce Geary was called upon to play bass for these songs in a live incarnation. The following February introduced Devyn Glista as the band’s second guitar player, but after cycling through a couple drummers (not least of all: Ben Lapps of Public fame) Glista took the throne. As of 2015 JOESPH is a three-piece as Pierce Geary and Devyn Glista agreed to help make a living thing out of Joey Joesph’s stitched-together home recordings.
2 piece band of Kentucky fried queerdos, wailing at max capacity from Louisville, KY.
We call it SCREAM-POP.