Troubadour Nathan Moore showed off a different side of his musicality this past January aboard Jam Cruise, when he debuted a new project featuring bassist Lex Park. Moore, who is known for his acoustic late night performances at High Sierra and Jam Cruise, and Park utilized electric instruments for the folk-ambient set. The pair were inspired by their debut performance and have formed The Whole Other and released a self-titled debut EP.
Nathan and Lex have spent the last few months working out and recording the songs found on The Whole Other’s new EP in Moore’s basement at the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains in Staunton, Virginia. The result is an inspired six-song effort far removed from anything Moore has done in the past. Nathan is a marvelous songwriter and underneath the wild electro sounds, his lyrics are at the heart of the ethereal music found on The Whole Other.
Head to the band’s website to stream three of the tracks and purchase the new EP.
Tour dates are in the works and will be announced soon. Watch the pair perform “The Garden,” one of the songs they recorded for the EP:
The Whole Other Tracklist
- Something In The Underground
- The Garden
- Robot 86
- Over Last Sunday
- The Wailing Wind
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