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F.A.R.M.Fest Artist Spotlight #2: Moon Hooch

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Last weekend we got into all sorts of fun out at beautiful Three Sisters Park in Chilicothe, Illinois for the 2014 Summer Camp Music Festival. So for us, festival season is officially in fun swing, which means we’re drooling at the thought of the rapidly approaching F.A.R.M.Fest 2014. We’re highlighting one artist from the incredible lineup each week until the festival kicks off. Last week we took a look at Phutureprimitive in the first spotlight.

This week we’ve got a whole new lot of artists to take a look at though, since F.A.R.M.Fest announced their awesome and massive new Phase 2 lineup (read the full announcement HERE). Since last week we highlighted a producer and DJ, I decided to switch it up this week and instead get a look at a local band act: Moon Hooch. The New York City trio consists of two brass players, each switching off across instruments throughout their performance, and a drummer. Moon Hooch’s sound is characterized by often simple and fast-paced dance patterns, vocalized through the dueling saxophones. Packed with energy, the group has become known for exciting impromptu dance parties in the New York City subways. Having toured with Lotus, and appearing at Wakarusa and Electric Forest, we’re truly excited to be getting down with Moon Hooch this year at F.A.R.M.Fest!!

Moon Hooch Website // Soundcloud // Bandcamp // Facebook // Twitter

FarmFest 2014 – Website // Event Page // Facebook

For more from Moon Hooch, check out their full debut self-titled album HERE!

Moon Hooch – “Number 10”

Moon Hooch – “Tubes”

Moon Hooch – “Number 8”

Moon Hooch – “Contra”

Moon Hooch – “Low 3”

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