Torched Magazine is honored to have the opportunity to speak with the legendary musician Marty Willson-Piper on the impending new release from his band MOAT entitled ‘Poison Stream’. This new album is set for release in early 2021 and currently has an indiegogo campaign with many exciting offerings to help support the new album.. This will be ending very soon, don’t wait!.. You can check out the campaign HERE.
Today Marty talks about the idea of how ‘hits become more important than the source’, his impressive music collection ‘In Deep Music Archive’, the inspiration behind MOAT’s new album ‘Poison Stream along with some of the indiegogo offerings, and how the COVID pandemic has affected him personally and professionally.. plus many other topics of interest. Hear the interview on Soundcloud below.
Marty Willson-Piper was an original member of Australia’s The Church, a former member of England’s All About Eve, and is a current member of Sweden’s Anekdoten. Famously able to be in ten bands at once, Marty has found a hole in the sky to slip through the clouds – holding a copy of POISON STREAM, the second MOAT album, a collaboration with Swedish-German composer Niko Röhlcke, multi-instrumentalist and member of Sweden’s widely-known Weeping Willows. More ongoing studio projects include Noctorum, Atlantaeum Flood, Space Summit, an unnamed project with Tangerine Dream’s Jerome Froese, and a production role and guitar contribution to Texan Salim Nourallah’s latest project.
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