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Somethings Brewing
  • Artist: Eva Moon
  • Label: CD Baby
  • UPC: 634479841620
  • Item #: SRD984162
  • Genre: Rock
  • Release Date: 4/6/2004
  • This product is a special order
  • Rank: 1000000000
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Somethings Brewing on CD

Genre-bending songs about sex, chocolate, the Internet... and sex. Eva Moon skewers romance, high tech and pop culture with smart, funny originals. She and her band play melodic rock with a tasty blend of influences ranging from R&B to cabaret. Eva hails from Seattle, and her songs hit your ears like a double shot of espresso. Far from your typical singer-songwriter angst, they're ironic, energetic commentaries on modern life: inbox spam (Cash from Nigeria), beating stress (Run Away with Me), torrid passion (Monsoon), sex changes (Switcheroo) and that cute young dude in tight brown shorts (UPS Guy). About the band: Mike Gordon has recorded on woodwinds with other West Coast bands. With Eva Moon, though, he's indulging a longstanding lust to play electric bass and sing backup. Ferko Saxmanov plays sax, flute and hand percussion. He's classically trained, but 'that and three bucks will buy you a double tall mocha latte.' Tym Parsons played guitar on the CD before moving to FIJI. What reviewers, promoters and fans are saying: 'A quadruple-shot satire powered by Moon's sassy, sultry delivery and keyboards, and punctuated by deft guitar licks, a mean bass line, smooth sax and a punchy rock-and-roll backbeat.' - Seattle24x7.com 'This album will nibble at your GP spot... 'guilty pleasure'! Eva's sensual vocal delivery waltzes through the full blend of sex and smarts. 'Grown-up pop'? You betcha.' - Radio Crystal Blue, NY.