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Jim from the Moon

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At times Jim from the Moon plays acoustic tunes about girls, the devil, and similar distractions. They flow in the vein of Loudon Wainwright III and Neil Young, sung with a voice soaked in years of Irish storytelling. Other times he expels far-out electric rock that is primal and space-ward, with hints of Hendrix’s blues. Both sides are focused, catchy, and ready to be eaten by your ears.

Jim is going into the studio this month with drummer Jeff Boyd to record their debut dark folk/space rock album. They will be promoting the album throughout venues in Baltimore/D.C., including headlining the No Kings Collective art show “Leap Year” on February 4th at The Dunes in D.C. with Facil, Downtown and Thomas Pipkin, A.C.M.E., and food provided by special guests Tarsier.

Jim from the Moon has been playing guitar and writing original music since he was 11. Growing up he spent summers with his family in Ireland. There, he was immersed in the culture of storytelling, with seemingly everyone able to pick up any instrument and play a tune. In high school he taught his two friends to play guitar and bass so he could start his first band. They played as the grungy punk rock band Utica with Drummer Evan Sheperd from 2002-’04, recorded demos “Algal Bloom” and “Death To Emo” and played extensively with the local punk rock bands of Northern suburban N.J.

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