Invisible Sports is the solo project of Aaron Moore. It is undecided what Invisible Sports will be other than it will be music made by Aaron Moore. Moore’s first solo album ‘The Accidental’ – Elsie & Jack (2005) was not Invisible Sports. Moore’s second solo album, the forthcoming “The Future Tastes’ is Invisible Sports as is the forthcoming live album ‘Ow Pow Hero Hour’. Moore now plays live as Invisible Sports though he formerly played live as Aaron Moore.
Invisible Sports was a bedroom game Moore used to play with a former girlfriend where he would perform a variety of naked sports poses. His girlfriend would then have to guess which sport he was posing. The music of Invisible Sports ‘The Future Tastes’ bears no relation to this game. Songs performed on melodic percussion, drums, trumpet, strings, PVC tubing and a rubber band bass with lyrics inspired by a dissolving releationship. Moore painstakingly played, recorded and mixed ‘The Future Tastes’ over a 3 year period soon after relocating to Brooklyn, NY.
‘The Future Tastes’ is due to be released in the spring of 2012 on Alt. Vinyl records.
The live album ‘Ow Pow Hero Hour’ will be out soon on Intransitive Recordings.
Hear the music of Invisible Sports (under the pseudonym of Aaron Moore) here:
buy The Accidental here: http://www.elsieandjack.com/elsieandjack/eaj017.html
VOLCANO THE BEAR
Volcano The Bear was formed by Aaron Moore and Nick Mott in May 1995 in Leicester, England. They were soon joined by Clarence Manuelo and Daniel Padden. As a quartet they released numerous albums, EP’s and singles on numerous labels including, United Dairies, Pickled Egg, Textile & Beta-Lactam Ring and regularly toured the UK, Europe and America. Nick Mott stopped touring in 2006 and subsequently left the band in 2008. The trio of Manuelo, Moore & Padden continued to tour and release records though Manuelo now longer tours with the group.
Volcano The Bear’s new album ‘Golden Rhythm/Ink Music’ will be released on the Rune Grammofon label on March 2nd 2012.
“Volcano The Bear have produced some of the finest, wildest British music of the last 10 years on record and on stage.” (The Wire, Jan 2006)
“No one sounds, has sounded or will ever sound quite like Volcano the Bear.”(Losing Today)
“..Its the (band’s) originality that is most striking, and ultimately they sound like nothing else… An inspired use of sonic material”(The Wire, Classic Erasmus Fusion review)
“What Colin Turnbull’s field recordings were to Pygmy music, this music (The Idea Of Wood) could be to a mysterious race of backwoods British dwarves.”(Dusted)
“The most eccentric band in the UK or the world for that matter” (Losing Today)
Hear the music of Volcano The Bear here:
Müller-Moore-Music is Thierry Müller (Ilitch, Ruth) & Aaron Moore. They met in Paris and recorded together. They are currently completing an album of these recordings title ‘Today Is Yesterday’s Tomorrow’. Their debut live performance was at the Numina Lente Festival in New York City in 2011. They travel through the streets of Paris on Müller’s scooter.
Hear a live performance of Müller-Moore-Music from WFMU here:
Hear the music of Wizards Of Oi here:
Read a wonderful review of ‘In Space’ here:
Hear a track from ‘AAA’ here:
buy AAA here: http://www.intransitiverecordings.com/albums/aaa/
buy For The Boss here: http://www.blrrecords.com/prod/2020/for_the_boss.html
Alan Courtis and Aaron Moore met in Paris in 2004. Eventually they began a long distance recording project that resulted in the highly acclaimed LP ‘Brokebox Juke’ released on No-Fi in 2009. The album appeared in The Wire magazine’s top 50 albums of that year. They have toured the UK and France and released the live album ‘Courtis/Moore’ on Moore’s own Earbook Recordings label in 2010.
Hear the music of Courtis/Moore here:
buy Brokebox Juke here: http://www.tuskmusic.co.uk/label
DRAGON OR EMPEROR
Dragon Or Emperor was the duo of Stewart Brackley (bass/lead vocals) and Aaron Moore (drums/vocals). They released one self titles album in 2006 0n Pickled Egg records and 3 self released CDR EP’s.
Hear the music of Dragon Or Emperor here:
buy DorE here: http://www.pickled-egg.co.uk/
Amolvacy was the New York based trio of Sheila Donovan, Aaron Moore & David Nuss (No Neck Blues Band). Formed in 2006 they recorded 2 LP’s. 2007′s ‘Ho-Ho-Kus’ (Black Velvet Fuckere Recordings) and 2009′s ‘A-La-Lu-La’ (Ultramarine). Their music was a kind of primitive punk/folk predominately using 2 drum kits, banshee vocals, cello and violin. They disbanded shortly after completing their first European tour in 2009.
Hear the music of Amolvacy here:
buy A La Lu La here: http://www.ultramarinerecords.com/site/artists/amolvacy/
SONGS OF NORWAY
Songs Of Norway began in early 1995 and were originally the quartet of Stewart Brackley (bass), Ginn (tenor sax), Aaron Moore (drums) and Nick Mott (prepared guitar). Ginn soon left the group and the trio continued for a few years until Brackley left leaving SON as a duo. Their sole album ‘Despite The Cloak’ was released on Beta-Lactam Ring Records in 2003 and featured both duo and trio recordings. As did the limited 3″CDR EP release ‘The Great Work’ (Olwyn Plant) released in the same year. Although the group never officially broke up they have not played together since 2004.
A little history here; Moore and Mott had an idea for a new experimental music group and got together with Brackley and Ginn to try some ideas out. They decided that this wasn’t what they were looking for but continued with the free improvising Songs Of Norway. The original idea for a new group shortly came to fruition with the forming of Volcano The Bear. The name Volcano The Bear was the title of a Songs Of Norway piece.
Hear the music of Songs Of Norway here:
buy digital SON here: http://www.blrrecords.com/mp3.album.php?aid=69
Guignol was a recording project featuring Jeremy Barnes (A Hawk And A Hacksaw) and Volcano The Bear’s Clarence Manuelo & Aaron Moore. Their sole album ‘Angela, David & The Great Neopolitan Road Issue’ was released in 2001 on Cenotaph Audio. The album was recorded at the home of Jeremy Barnes when he lived in Saumur, France in 2001. The album features minor contributions from Jeff Mangum and Nick Mott.
Hear the music of Guignol here: