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House music takes a sultry turn on Brooklyn-via-Vancouver duo Bob Moses' debut LP. Whether the beats and synths are placed upfront or supplying a backdrop of insistent ticks and kicks, it’s that subdued club vibe that drives the atmosphere on these 10 vocal tracks. A minor-key piano gives opener “Like It or Not” a lusciously melancholy feel, while “Tearing Me Up” shuffles along gently as a cascading guitar line augments the spare arrangement. But it's Tom Howie’s voice (especially on the melodious "Talk") that glues it all together—it's touched with icy reverb and constantly stretching for emotion and depth.

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Every song is good

I like every single song off the whole album. Thats rare. This cd is a really cool find. Great band. Just saw that live at the valley bar in az. Great show. 👍🏼


I can't stop listening to this album. I don't quite know what it is drawing me back over and over again, but there is not one song here I dislike.

Chill Night or Cocktail Party

I saw them perform on the Ellen show and I decided to check out the album and it MUST HAVE.. It perfect or a chill night at home or also for good background music for a house party. Awesome album!!!!!!!!!


Genre: Electronic

Years Active: '10s

Born and bred in Brooklyn, New York but with roots in Vancouver, Canada, the history of Bob Moses is as curious as the cool house music duo's name. Members Jimmy Vallance and Tom Howie knew one another from the Vancouver high school they both attended and were drawn together thanks to a shared love of pop-punk bands like Rancid and Green Day. Adulthood found them both in Brooklyn, with Vallance recording Berlin-styled techno while Howie worked in the realm of the singer/songwriter. Both felt musically...
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