Monday, April 24, 2017

Thurston Moore to play MOCAD in July

Posted By on Mon, Apr 24, 2017 at 11:41 AM

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Today we learned that Sonic Youth's Thurston Moore is headed to Detroit, to play the Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit on July 15. The show is presented by El Club.

Rock n Roll Consciousness, Moore's new album, is set for release the Friday, April 28. on Caroline International. According to this press release we just got sent, "the songs Thurston wrote for Rock n Roll Consciousness were brought to life and galvanized by the tight bond of friendship amongst the musicians, a line-up with which he's been working since 2014: Deb Googe (of My Bloody Valentine) bass, James Sedwards (Chrome Hoof) guitar and Steve Shelley (Crucifucks) drums."



Mikrosession#11 - Thurston Moore Group (full episode) from mikrokosm recording studios on Vimeo.


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