As much as we music obsessives like to create tidy subdivisions within our favourite genres, the real magic often emerges when bands use every available digit to press as many distinct buttons as possible. California’s MoeTar exhibit that hunger for difference with more feverish alacrity than most with second album Entropy Of The Century.
Creative Californians understand the true meaning of progressive.
“It’s an ongoing discussion in the MoeTar house!” says vocalist Moorea Dickason. “I like to call it art rock or just rock, leaving it as a blank slate for the listener to define it as they like.”