Experimental pop outfit Moonshake was led by Dave Callahan, the one-time frontman from the C-86 group the Wolfhounds; after many years from the music picture, he resurfaced in early 1991, putting an advertisement in Melody Manufacturer phoning for bandmates. Among those that responded had been vocalist Margaret Fiedler, bassist John Frenett, and drummer Michael Rother, and in a matter of four times of their development, Moonshake — therefore called after a monitor on Can’s Long term Times LP — came into the studio room to record their debut EP First for Creation Information. After jumping towards the As well Pure label, the group resurfaced later on in 1992 using the Secondhand Clothing EP, followed soon by the stunning Pigeon. The full-length Eva Luna, an excellent collision of breakbeats and acoustic guitar noise drawing impact from disparate resources which range from dub to Krautrock to hip-hop, brought their prolific yr to a detailed. Following the 1993 EP Big Great Angel, Fiedler — who distributed vocal and songwriting responsibilities with Callahan — and Frenett stop to create Laika. Adding fresh bassist Matt Brewer and saxophonist Raymond M. Dickaty, Moonshake documented 1995’s The Sound Your Eye Can Adhere to, a radical departure from earlier efforts which nearly completely removed guitars and only a huge palette of examples. After 1996’s Dirty & Divine, Callahan relocated from London to NY, a move which hastened Moonshake’s middle-1997 break-up.