Jude Gwynaire | Moon Siren

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Moon Siren

by Jude Gwynaire

An awesome, hard-driven blend of electronic space rock...turn up the volume!
Genre: Rock: Space Rock
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It's a totally mind-blowing explosion of electronic space rock - cool, or what!

Check out the alternative artwork for this track on Jude's website!


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Jimmy Rae

"Moon Siren" Has Landed
"Moon Siren" is glowing with deep, spacey textures that come to life through a sonic boom of electronic goodies and one steady drum beat," (J Rae, Skope Entertainment Inc.).

Alan Farlon

Can't stop listening to this one!
I love it!

Amanda Martin.

Turn it up!
This track is so total...love it.

Alan Woodward

Imaginative space rock...
This track is way cool. An imaginative blend of electronica and space rock - should do well.

Si Block

An amazing track!
This is an amazing and beautiful composition. The heavy drum beat combined with the varied electronic elements and 'siren' laughter is just brilliant.

Jim Oldfield

I can't stop playng this!

Harry Peterson

....ing!!!! A+++++

Jeff Smith

Great space-rock!

Molly Smith

A hypnotic slice of space-rock, 'Moon Siren' starts with a slow, bluesy groove that builds to a frenetic, almost desperate shout of sound, drums pounding with tremendous insistence, electronics offering bloopy bleeps here and there, and synth and bass trying to maintain some sense of melody to keep the whole thing from deteriorating into interstellar chaos. Heard this on Jango Radio and fell in love with it! It's the sort of track you play in your car every day!

Alan Mann

One killer of a track....
You won't want to stop listening to this little gem!