Moon Melody is an online record shop & music community…
A garden of original homegrown music in the 21st century.
Independent artists from Canada, rooted in Riverdale, Toronto.
by The Breaks.
Honeybees, The Breaks’ sophomore album, is a groovy blend of rock n’ roll, blues, and folk. It was recorded in two different studios in Toronto over the course of winter 2013. The band has built on their previous sounds with the additions of harmonies, keys, and banjo. It also features their good buddies and fellow musicians The Broadview Band. Click on the link above to mail order the CD or download the digital album. Thank you.
SOUNDS FROM SPACE
by The Other Birds.
The Other Birds are a three piece rock trio that offer their first collection of recordings as ‘Sounds from Space’. With rhythm and blues, rock and jazz elements, this four song demo foreshadows the groups full length to come in late 2013. This is available as a pwyc/free digital download and as a CD by mail-order. Click the links above for more.
A TASTE OF PLUM
by Elder Sister Plum.
Listen to the Moon Melody debut from Elder Sister Plum! A 5 song EP features original material recorded over a weekend in October of 2012. Tanya is busy working on a full length record to release with Moon Melody in the summer, so treat this as a preview of what is to come. This is available as a pwyc/free digital download by clicking the link above.
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SONGS BY STRANGERS
by The Sun Harmonic.
Hear a handful of classic and obscure cover songs all played live off the floor on a livingroom piano by The Sun Harmonic. Randy Newman, Dylan, Tom Waits, punk and love songs, all in one place for your enjoyment. This is available as a free for a limited time, so please click on the album cover to download your own copy today.
“THE JOKER & THE KING”, a loud rock n’ roll album with Kaleb Hikele and Zack Buck, began crafting itself in the late summer of 2012. Who knows the projection for this, however, songs will be released in couplets periodically through the year. Keep your ears up and speakers turned up. Witness the work in progress in this blurry photograph…