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They Might Be Giants Biography

They Might Be Giants is a duo from Brooklyn, NY founded by John Flansburgh and John Linnell and frequently joined by Dan Miller on guitar, Danny Weinkauf on bass, and Marty Beller on drums. The winner of two Grammy awards, TMBG writes, records and tours continuously; they have also been involved with numerous television and film projects in the past. In July 2012, TMBG released the 10th Anniversary Deluxe Edition of No!, their first album for kids. The anniversary edition included seven bonus tracks, including a full-length recording of the song Alphabet of Nations. At present, TMBG is producing an international crowd-sourced video to promote the Global Fund for Children.

Moon Hooch Biography

Since solidifying as a band, Moon Hooch has quickly gained a reputation for inciting “subway raves” at their strange and explosive live performances (they were banned from performing at the Bedford Ave stop off the L line in Brooklyn for “starting too many dance parties”). Their frequent presence in New York City subways and parks has brought them tons of attention and has led to appearances as the house band on the Australian TV show “Hamish and Andy’s Gap Year.” Their unusual live style also earned them a national tour with Mike Doughty, who saw them on a train platform and immediately invited the band to support him on the road.

Recorded in just a single day, their debut record The Moon Hooch Album gives listeners a taste of what’s to come for this young band. Seamlessly blending together house, dubstep, drum & bass and jazz, Moon Hooch pioneers a musical style that is all their own.


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