On the surface, the five-piece Moist is a slightly alternative and mainstream radio-friendly band - but dig deeper and darker sound emerges
This week Jason picks one of his favorites from North of the border, Vancouver's Moist and their 1994 debut album Silver. On the surface, the five-piece are a slightly alternative and mainstream radio-friendly band. But dig deeper, into the use of keys and organs, and a moodier and darker sound emerges. But does it go far enough to make is truly unique? Tune in to find out.
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