Band of the Day: Ron Moor

Don’t you love to discover music from your own country? For today’s Band of the Day I present to you French Rockers Ron Moor. With catchy riffs, enchanting melodies and a particular voice which cannot be mistaken once heard, they’re a brilliant new addition to my discoveries.

The style brings a very successful mix of industrial rock along with 90’s and more modern music, and the unique musical signature of Ron Moor can be heard with every song.

The band flourished in the West of France, but their spirit is definitely not of our planet. Rocked by the music of Garbage, Silverchair and other American bands of the 90s, Ron Moor very quickly built their own unique artistic Universe. The music vacillates between an ultra-airy pop and mainstream rock with indisputable efficiency, mixing brilliantly powerful guitars and breath-taking electronic pads, reminding the listener of bands like Muse, 30 Seconds To Mars or Linkin Park.

After producing their first single “We Are The Broken” in 2012, Ron Moor released their first album Starshine in November, 2013, produced between a French studio and one in Los Angeles. Mixed by Luc Tellier (Simple Plan, Marie-Mai) and Damien Bolo (C2C) in Montreal, Starshine reveals the extent of Ron Moor’s musical pallet, mixing catchy rock anthems (“Princess”, “A Brand New Day”), symphonic ballads (“You Saved My World”, “Evyta”) and unanswerable singles, like the track “Cast In Stone”, played on more than 70 French radio stations.

The music of Ron Moor widely expands on stage, accompanied by three musicians (guitar-keyboard, bass, drums), in concerts marked by an impressive sounding power and fascinating lights that arouse deep scenic feelings.

A band you can only appreciate upon discovery!

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