Tuesday, December 11, 2012

I Remember Old Computer

Exciting new Moog news coming here for 2013 !!

Get ready to travel by time machine...

Friday, April 22, 2011

Hall of Ghosts - new album !

Hall of Ghosts is the new project from Additional Moog songwriter Jim Williams.

The new band develops some of the musical ideas explored in Additional Moog, mixing rock with folk, left field pop and Americana.

The album is out now to buy on CD, mp3 or 24 bit FLAC direct from the website :


Monday, May 4, 2009

Endless Air - the new Additional Moog album, out now!

Our new album "Endless Air" is finally out!

You can buy the album from various outlets. If you're on line that includes iTunes and Napster.

Fans outside the UK can get the CD from CDBaby. http://cdbaby.com/cd/additionalmoog2

You can also order the CD direct from Fight This Generation! at : http://ftg.bigcartel.com/

The album has had some nice reviews so far from magazines such as Clash and Maverick. We've also had some radio play on BBC 6 Music courtesy of Tom Robinson and Stephen Merchant.

NME Radio's also been playing "Silver Diver" regular basis.

Monday, April 27, 2009

BBC 6 Music, Clash Magazine & Rapidshare

BBC 6 Music's Tom Robinson featured "Radio Silence" on his show last Friday. He played the full 7 minute album version - rather than the Radio Edit.

Meantime, "Endless Air" has been given a very positive review in next month's Clash magazine where it was rated 7/10.

Sadly, the new album is being heavily bootlegged on the internet. We'd urge any true music lovers to buy the actual CD or the official download version to enable Admoog to carry on making music.

Above all, please don't download the album from those Russian mp3 sites that sell songs for $0.10. The money funds illicit activities and musicians never get a penny.

Tuesday, April 7, 2009

Endless Air - reviews

We've just heard that our new album has been awarded 4 out of 5 by the highly respected country publication "Maverick". The review's due in the June issue.

Meanwhile, for our Dutch supporters, here's a review from "Alt Country NL" who also gave the album 4 stars :

Van synthesizers zijn we niet echt verrukt in rootsland. Maar soms… Wat te denken van bijvoorbeeld een band als Additional Moog. Met die groepsnaam begint het al. En jawel, die ouderwetse Moog-synthesizer komt er inderdaad aan te pas op Endless Air (eigen beheer) van deze Britse band. Maar, zoals ook al duidelijk mag zijn, hooguit als een toevoeging. Op het uitstekende debuut Thirty Three & A Third ging de band aan het werk in het verlengde van het Schotse Teenage Fanclub, maar deze nieuwe plaat is nog iets ambitieuzer. Quietly Through The Canyon is alleen door die titel al een fraai begin. Met Kicking Static doen ze aan het soort soul van Stillhouse, terwijl Harmonica Fuel brandstof zou kunnen zijn voor liefhebbers van Fleet Foxes. Holy Jukebox kent Byrdsy gitaarwerk. Het sleutelstuk van de plaat is Radio Silence, een ruim zeven minuten durend stuk dat begint met statisch geruis en iets dat lijkt op het draaien aan een radioknop waarbij geen enkele zender ontvangen wordt, en waar gaandeweg de ambities gaan richting het vernieuwende werk van Wilco. In Signs On Fifty-Four horen we het hoge geluid van de Moog in al zijn glorie, terwijl afsluiter The Slow Fade dan weer gaat richting westcoast door flonkerende gitaarboogjes en beheerste samenzang. Verkrijgbaar bij CD Baby.

John Gjaltema, Alt Country NL

Sunday, April 5, 2009

Leicester and Oswestry this week...and BBC 6 Music

We're playing two gigs this week ahead of the release of our new single "Silver Diver" which is out on iTunes on April 20th.
The track's recently been played on the Stephen Merchant show on BBC 6 Music.
This Wednesday (8th) we play the Firebug in Leicester. £5. Stagetime 9pm.
On Saturday (11 April) it's a "hometown gig" at Oswestry's Ironworks. Full details to be confirmed but expect us to start making noises around 9pm.

Friday, March 20, 2009

NME Radio

NME Radio is the first station to pick up on the new Additional Moog single "Silver Diver".

The track - taken from the forthcoming second album by the band "Endless Air" - is released worldwide on April 20th via Fight This Generation! records.

NME Radio broadcasts on Sky 184 and Virgin Media 975 and also streams on line at www.nme.com