|New Zealand Music Month - Day 16
||[May. 16th, 2010|02:00 pm]
This one is surprisingly obscure given the number of familiar faces in the line-up. It starts off with a few instrumental/ambient type pieces, but all of a sudden becomes a fully-fledged Blams reunion with the superb Thief - the sort of song which contains enough ideas that most other groups would have spun them out over the space of an entire album. A couple of songs after that is the wickedly funny, mostly spoken-word and wordplay-rich Auckland; between them these two songs make the entire album worthwhile. Not that there's anything wrong with the rest of it, either.
Artist: The Moth
Title: Music from a Lightbulb
Musicians: Tim Mahon - bass; Mark Bell - guitar; Peter Van Gent - drums, programming; Ivan Zagni - guitar; Warwick - clarinet; Norma Benioni - vocals; The Moth - voice; Allisa Willis - flute; Don McGlashan - Arabian wind.
Songs: Scenic; Panthers of sound; Airman; Rabid; Lonely people; Flowers; Thief; Boyfriend; Auckland; Minister of everything; Shock and awe.