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Rock to the beats of Mansions on Moon as this electronic and indie pop band prepares to play their music in cities such as Urbana, Saint Louis and Lawrence. Do not miss as they promise to present some of their most popular hits live. So jam to their beats simply by purchasing Mansions on Moon tickets as soon as you can.
Based in Los Angeles, the band was established in 2011. The four members that make up this group include Ted Wendler, providing vocals and playing the guitar, Lane Shaw on drums, Jeff Maccora handling bass and Ben Hazlegrove playing the keyboards. Since its inception the musicians have produced music from several genres, from indie rock to hip hop, electronic music and pop as well. The tracks that they have released present an amalgamation between midi-based production, vocal harmonies and live acoustics. Due to these qualities iconic musicians such as Chad Hugo and Shay Haley have called their music to be the “sound of the future”.
The idea of Mansions on Moon came forward when Hazlegrove and Shaw were working with the electronic band, “The Pnuma Trio”, a Memphis based ensemble that incorporated jazz, classical, bass and hip hop tunes to its music. The two musicians decided to create their own group and together started playing around with beats. They were soon joined by Wendler in the same year and Maccora, a year later. Hazlegrove and Shaw are still a part of “The Pnuma Trio” and play shows with their third band member, Alex Botwin.
After Mansion on the Moon’s lineup completion, the debut release that was heard was a mixtape that came forth in 2011. Named Paradise Falls Mixtape, produced and presented by DJ Benzi and Diplo, the mixtape was able to gather massive attention from the listeners. The album was a success and Hypetrak mentioned the band as being “one of the most interesting artists to have emerged in 2011”. This album presented songs in collaboration with artists such as Chiddy Bang, Big Gigantic, Deadmau5, Washed Out and Willy Joy, amongst others. Tracks such as “Glimpse of the Future”, “Coldwater”, “Satellite” and “Space to Breathe” became crowd movers at their live shows. Fans have appreciated their tracks stating that the thought provoking lyrics along with ridiculously addictive beats make their songs insanely good at the first listen.
After the success they achieved with their first release, Mansions on Moon was approached by Pharrell Williams of N*E*R*D, who decided to produce an EP album with them. Named Lightyears, this album came forth in 2012 which presented remixes in collaboration with artists such as Zee Avi and Foster the People. After the release, Mansions on the Moon were seen working with Mac Miller and Wiz Khalifa on the Green Carpet Tour and were also seen performing at the SnowBall Music Festival. They were then seen embarking on a promotional tour named the Lightyears Tour and after its completion played at the South by Southwest film and music festival by the end of 2012.
A-Line Magazine’s Leyla Shokoohe has described the band’s songs as “one wanting to indulge in the mesmerizing visuals present in the subconscious”. She also mentioned that each hazy presentation that provided washed-out, dreamy outlooks produced intriguing mixes that were able to hold attention of listener’s to the very end of the show. With the band still being in its infancy stage, the members have been able to pick up momentum and create lush arrangements. Due to their sounds being too complex and arrangements being too upbeat, one can hardly generalize their music as being from the shoegaze genre; electronic music of the eighties. However this doesn’t mean that the band keeps on gagging their sounds with massive use of hyper-reverby vocals or the Appreggiator, as the members have also experimented with un-gated acoustics that provide endearing and raw sounds to balance out the upbeat tracks.
Witness this balance of harmonies and electronic beats at the group’s next concert as they will be playing at multiple locations. Decide which one you want to attend and grab Mansions on Moon tickets for yourself immediately.