The first and mostly tagged is the krautrock legend Dieter Moebius, famous for his work in the band Kluster/Cluster as well as his colabs with Brian Eno (e.g. Cluster & Brian Eno, Harmonia 76) and Michael Rother of Neu! (e.g. Harmonia). Dieter Moebius released some albums under that name (e.g. Tonspuren (1983) or Kram (2009). last.fm also lists his album Blotch (1999, released as “D. Moebius”) here)
Moebius was also a Californian synth pop band founded in 1979 by Bryce Robbley, Doug Lynner and the young Steve Roach.
Moebius might also refer to a Romanian psychedelic indie rock band, formed in 2013 and consisting of Stefan Eremia (lead vocals, synth, guitar), Andrei “Deiu” Erdei (guitar), Gabriel Kirmaier (guitar), Bogdan Stavarache (bass, backing vocals) and Andrei Tirca (drums).
Moebius is also the name of an Electro/Rock band from Ireland.
Beginning life as a three piece outfit in 2006, Irish Indie/Rock band, Moebius, have evolved into a quintet and have just finished recording their debut album,
IF IT AIN’T HARD IT AIN’T WORTH DOIN
To date the band have built their own recording studio, independently released 3 EP’s, 2 IRMA charted singles(BRING IT ON + BLACKSHEEP OF THE FAMILY) and have had two music videos produced. Hard work is not a problem.
The band consist of the enigmatic lead singer and front man Michael Joyce, guitarist Paul Farrell, bassist Dave Connelly, drummer Pawel Bebenca and keys/programmer Keith Gamble.
Like most bands today, the boys have wide and varied musical influences, ranging from The Who and The Stone Roses, to DJ Shadow and The Specials. Each band member has tried to contribute from their own personal influences to mould the Moebius sound, which we believe has International appeal.
Displaying that old punk ethos of D.I.Y., the band relocated to Poland this year and self financed the production of the album and have worked with Marcin Limek and Piotr Matysiak, two established and respected Polish music producers. Recorded in the Nintysixproject Studios, the band have crafted an album that has intensity, aggressiveness and attitude, while in equal measure lilts into more melodic, melancholic and upbeat moments.
Since returning from recording the album in Poland, Moebius have been rehearsing the new material from the album and have played some notable gigs, including the very first PKO BP Festival held at Wembley Arena in September 2008.
Other notable highlights for the band were appearances at both Castlepalooza and Cork Fringe Festivals in Ireland this summer, as well as all the top venues in Dublin City to their ever increasing loyal fan base.
UK, German and Dutch gigs are penciled in for mid ‘09. Try and catch them if you can, it will be well worth the effort! The new single and video BLACKSHEEP OF THE FAMILY is out NOW, check back for more info.
‘ combining different musical tastes, this band seem to gel it all together, and I can see them taking off…’ Eamon Carr - Evening Herald Review
‘ Moebius are a band getting to grips with their own manifesto and moving relentlessly forward…’ Jackie Hayden - Hotpress Review
‘ with their debut single, Bring It On, they have spawned a veritable whirlwind that picks you up, spins you around and dumps you on the mat…’ Jackie Hayden - Hotpress Pick Of The Fortnight
‘ the new single has an anthemic quality about the chorus and is instantly memorable. Clearly a band to watch…’ Danny McEilhenny - Mail On Sunday
‘ something has been stirring in the underbelly of the Dublin music scene, and emerging from this is a band that may finally breakout into the mainstream, that band is Moebius…’ InDublin Magazine
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Edited by SFlullaby on 30 Jan 2014, 21:46
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