Moa Bones

Last weekend, Moa Bones performed as the support act for Pavlos Pavlidis’ live appearance in Athens. They both released their albums under the same record label of Inner Ear.

However, Moa Bones (aka Dimitris Aronis) sings in English, and his music is much more influenced by the American rock, mainly country and folk music of the 60’s and the 70’s.

Former guitarist and singer of the punk-rock band Modrec, Moa Bones delivers his second solo album, titled “Spun”, including 9 self-reflective songs which are based on lazy guitar riffs, accompanied every now and then by a banjo or a piano.

Recorded in his room and produced by himself during 2014, as I read on the press release, “Spun” may attract all those music fans who adore lo-fi rock and simple acoustic lines of the old days.

The album came out on digital format on May 25th, but you can find it on vinyl as well. “Wake Up” is the closing track of this enjoyable album, having a gentle rolling guitar next to Moa Bones’ distinctive voice.


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