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Poster for Tremours/Ceremony East Coast/MOAA

Tremours/Ceremony East Coast/MOAA

Coming on October 23

Run Time: 180 min.

Doors – 7:00 PM

Showtime – 7:30 PM

Tickets – $12



MØAA (Seattle)

Coming off the back of her gothic shoegaze debut album “Euphoric Recall” released in 2021, MØAA unleashes her new album “Jaywalker”; a nocturnal dream pop record featuring pulsing 909 drum machines submerged under catchy hushed vocals and glistening, reverb laden guitars. Fuzzed out bass lines from the first album have been swapped out with fat chorus and throbbing synths built for melancholic dancing. 

As with “Euphoric Recall”, MØAA worked with collaborator Andrea Volpato who co-produced, mixed, and recorded “Jaywalker” at Fox Studio in Seattle, Washington. Since the inception of the project in 2021 by Seattle born artist Jancy Buffington, MØAA has headlined tours in the United States, Europe, and the UK, performed at the official SXSW 2022 showcase, Ypsigrock Festival in Sicily, MIL Festival in Lisbon, and shared the stage with artists like Yves Tumor at Artivive Festival in Modena and Film School on a US west coast tour.

The entirety of “Jaywalker” will be released on October 13th, 2023 via WWNBB Records and immediately followed by an East and West Coast Tour of the US in October 2023 and a European tour in the spring of 2024.



>>Video of “Jaywalker” :

>>Video of “X Marks” :

All other music, tour info, vinyl:



Ceremony East Coast is John and Sandra Fedowitz. Both are currently part of A Place to Bury Strangers. John is also a former member of the well-known 90s shoegaze band Skywave and released the first Ceremony EP 2005. After years of music, touring and alternating band members John was joined by his wife Sandra on drums in 2017. The band played multiple tours in the USA, Asia and Europe and just released their 6th LP earlier this year: LOVESICK. The two-piece surprises with an intense live show: Drone bass lines, white noise guitars, savage drums and intense vocals. Nothing polished, highs and lows. Each live show and record is raw, real and Ceremony style: #lovesongswithdistortion




TREMOURS formed in Los Angeles in 2021 by the duo of Lauren Andino and Glenn Fryatt. Late night jam sessions in the midst of lockdown uncertainty slowly transformed into TREMOURS creative partnership, driven by the tension between Andino’s hazy, drifting guitars and Fryatt’s urgent, pulsating drums. South Carolina-born Andino plays with L.A. Witch and most recently LSD And The Search For God as a touring guitarist and vocalist. Fryatt hails from Portsmouth, England, and has toured as a drummer for artists such as Cherubs, The Montrose Avenue and Ten Benson.  On the back of their 2022 Little Cloud Records EP Affectations, TREMOURS have undertaken two full US tours and garnered a following across North America and Europe. TREMOURS headlined Canada’s Cherry Cult Fest in March and have a full-length album and a host of tour dates slated for later in 2023.

A debut full length album is also in the works and will be released on Little Cloud Records later this year.


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