Monta at Odds


Monta at Odds

Monta at Odds

Monta at Odds
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Monta at Odds is the musical immersion of brothers Dedric and Delaney Moore. The music is an adventure into the cosmos of krautrock, electronic, dub, psych and soul. Utilizing vintage analog gear, Monta at Odds are currently a 7-piece band featuring Dedric (bass and vocals), Delaney (synth and vocals), Zach Bozich (synths), Alexander Thomas (drums) and Adam Davies (guitar) of Janet the Planet, Aaron Osborne (percussion) of Expo ’70, and Matthew Hayden (percussion) of Kodascope.

Previously known as Monta, their first release was the acclaimed Unsuspecting album in 2005. The groups’ name was expanded soon after, along with the lineup of bandmembers. The subsequent release, 2008’s Gringo, served as their homage to Italian cinema. In 2009, Outono was released on limited edition clear vinyl. In October 2010, Upstairs Recordings released Fuoco Infernale worldwide. In March 2011, Upstairs Recordings re-released Unsuspecting with bonus tracks.

Their first release on Haymaker Records was 2014’s Robots of Munich. A concept album in tribute to the great novel and film Blade Runner, the storyline questions human and robot empathy, following a group of androids who survived the slaughter at the uprising in Munich. As they escape to South America, the small group delves into the crumbling culture in an attempt to grasp humanity and make the most of a limited lifespan spent evading the pursuit of the android hunter. More than just a mental adventure, the sonic tease of Robots of Munich is rife with deft contrasts of striking groundedness and elevated electronica, hinting toward a special blend akin to LCD Soundsystem, Kraftwerk, Pink Floyd, and Talking Heads. Short story segments and accompanying online visuals make Robots of Munich a nimble indirect sequel as well as an intriguing work of art on its own.





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