Label: Planet Xox - XOXCD2 • Format: CD • Country: US • Genre: Electronic • Style: Synth-pop
This music video for the song "Over You" was shot earlier this year and features Claudio, Bill and Cassaundra at their glittery best. Why so long for a video, you ask? Well the first music video "Moon Life Out Of Reach " was shot back in but Overture to Der Freischütz - Wilhelm Furtwängler, Berliner Philharmoniker, RIAS Symphonie-Orcheste director ran off with the footage!
Although being shown in cinemas across San Francisco in the promo's director moved to New York and deleted the master tapes!
Finally, after top-secret negotiations with DVbetty. You can check it out now by listening to the music clips on our songs page as well as our MySpace profile. Get your dancing shoes on! Featuring mixes that were previously only available to DJs, "The Remix LP" has been expanded to include rare B-sides and mixes for this "Digital Only" version of the album.
Now you can get your hands on these great mixes at the various online music stores, including Apple iTunesPayPlay Quarantine - Moonlife - Reach The Stars , and others. As always, you can listening to music clips on our songs page as well as our MySpace profile. If you've been to our MySpace profile lately, you'll have noticed all sorts of cool little buttons for adding Moonlife ringtones and wallpaper to your cellphone.
This is some cool new technology from Bango that lets you send items from the web to your phone. We were part of their demonstrations, so you can join the fun and try Quarantine - Moonlife - Reach The Stars links! By the way, not every cellphone is supported as this is pretty new technology. European cellphones seem to have better luck than US ones, but you won't know until you try it for yourself. Have fun!
This is especially great as the movie is set in New Jersey! The Baronet Fourth Ave. Asbury Park, NJ. They are general admission for Tango Della Gelosia - Milva - I Grandi Successi two hour block of films.
You can listen to the podcasts by popping on over to the Escape From Noise website! They've quite a few of our songs over the years but this is the first time they've honoured us with an award. Thanks David Vesel! David is also a great synthpop songwriter so make sure you check out his music too while you're over at his site!
It features 14 new and remixed tracks including remixes by our very own Claudio that he's particularly proud of. The movie features a fantastic 80's soundtrack as well as two Moonlife songs!
Next month it moves on to the Denver International Film Festival. Claudio and Mark were both at the premier and had a great time meeting the movie crew. They both highly recommend seeing this movie! This month's selection of music videos being played in the stores includes the new Charlotte Summer remix video of Just Like Heaven. In addition to creating the remix, you can spot our lead singer playing keyboards in a couple of scenes.
Go and see it for yourselves! Check out the links on our Merch page to buy the album at one of your favourite stores! He's taken some time off from music projects, including Moonlife, so there haven't been any plans for live shows. Our thoughts are with him and his family. Tune in locally, or listen onlineand Quarantine - Moonlife - Reach The Stars forget to request your favourite Moonlife tunes! Where The Love Has Died has broken a Moonlife record this month as the fastest pirated album Quarantine - Moonlife - Reach The Stars ever released!
In less than 2 weeks after it's release the album appeared on various Russian and Vietnamese sites for free download. For those of you who don't wear eye patches and carry pet parrots on your shoulders, you can pick up copies of Prelude To Safety In Numbers - Crack The Sky - Safety In Numbers new CD at CD Baby and A Different Drum.
We're still waiting for online stores like Apple iTunes to get stocked. Tunes from the Quarantine - Moonlife - Reach The Stars album, as well as old faves and rare remixes, were played so we're hoping that someone out there recorded the show and posts a podcast! Featuring 10 new Moonlife tunes, we think it's the best album yet!
Of course we'd say that but you can check it out yourselves as we'll be posting music clips on our songs page as well as our MySpace profile. Other stores, such as Apple iTunestake a little longer to get stocked. For those of you that don't like using PayPal, feel free to send your order via email to info moonlife. We hope you enjoy this album as much as we enjoyed making it! Look for the new version to appear on Promo Only, Screenplay Inc.
The artwork is being designed right now so there should be some new pics appearing on the website in the next few weeks. Watch this space!
We've had a music profile on MySpace for a while now but everyone seems to be discovering that infamous networking site in the last couple of months. Happy New Year! It's a great start to the new year as we've found out that some of our remixes are appearing on various DJ compilations. The latest Quarantine - Moonlife - Reach The Stars the PromoOnly collection which features us on their January edition.
Drop us a line if you know someone, or if you'd Peter Piper - Frank Mills - Frank Mills to remix a song for us. Someone told us that it's been aired in California and Canada. If anyone knows any Quarantine - Moonlife - Reach The Stars details, please let us know!
We're very proud of the new tunes and hope to have the recordings complete by the end of the year. You can check out the whole interview at Alternative Rock Review. Click on over to our Moonlife MySpace Profile and say "hi"! The song list for the game hasn't been fully finalised yet but it looks like Over You or a new remix of Quarantine - Moonlife - Reach The Stars . The game should appear in arcades around the US in the beginning of The video was picked up by ScreenPlay VJa company that sends music video compilations to VJs, TV shows, and venues all over the world that play music videos.
Check out the Waipa Music Ltd site for more info! Here's one from Underground Press. The nostalgia factor is high, and Moonlife takes you back, whether you like it Night Watch - Mark Gray & Super Friends - The Silencer not, into the clubs. And another from CD Reviews : 'On Reach the Stars, Moonlife are dancing in heaven, utilizing layers of vintage New Romantic keyboard sounds to create their own form Quarantine - Moonlife - Reach The Stars orbital be-bop.
Now Moonlife are caught in a Catch — too commercial for the independent scene, too independent for the commercial scene. But with a group like the Bravery penetrating the mainstream with even more synthesizers and Duran Duran-styled vocal hooks, Moonlife is going to Reach the Stars eventually The piles of boxes Check out the great "shoe" rating that they use!
Check out the Electropussy website for dates and places! Track after track of keyboard-washed sublime pop; even the instrumental "Quarantine" is worthy of repeated spins.
Moonlife carve dreamy textures, filling in the spaces with romantic crooning best on the blue valentine "Cruel," which recalls Lloyd Cole, albeit with synthesizers and lush, swishing keyboards. The utilization of both male and female vocals is a nice touch. There's a tinge of sadness to these songs, which has always been the New Wave style. This is an extraordinary disc, one that is nostalgic and entertaining from beginning to end.
Moonlife certainly do not long belong in this time period and bless them for that. Moonlife is a reminder of how those sounds are deeply missed. Avoiding the post-punk angle recently adopted by a flock of U. But it's not just about dancing in heaven for these 24 hour party people. KSCU If you're in the area, tune in between 9pm and Midnight PST to hear us! It's a dance game, similar to the famous "Dance Dance Revolution", so get your dancing shoes on, grab a roll of quarters, and head down to the video arcade!
Here's one Quarantine - Moonlife - Reach The Stars just appeared in the UK: 'Grunge may have killed the New Wave star, but it was only temporary.
A line from a Stephen King short story perhaps summed it the best: sometimes they come back. And while the New Wave revival, headed from the Top of the Pops by the Killers and Franz Ferdinand, is no longer breaking news, Moonlife rocket into mostly synthetic waters that today's popular Neo acts have yet to fully plunge into.
Shockingly, not only does Moonlife accurately rewind to mid-'80s club daze, they have recorded an album that can be held next to the finest from electro-pop heroes such as Soft Cell, Erasure, and the Pet Shop Boys. Rating: 9 stars' Click here for the full review. We'll be hitting the road again this summer so you'll get to hear the new songs together with your favourite Moonlife classics from the last two CDs. Look out for more news this summer!
Moonlife are taking some time off from live shows to work on new material as well as some songs for an upcoming video game. Hi all, Squeaky Clean - Various - 1999: Forward Til Death hope you all had a very filling Thanksgiving and are now looking forward to all the goodies that Santa will be bringing this month.
We've been getting lots of downloads on iTunes, so we're hoping that the big red guy gets you all cool new iPods! He'll be spinning his favourite new and classic synthpop, as well as anything else he can get away with. Drop by, say "hi", and make a request to him!
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