Descending onto the Dance floor


On their new seven-track EP, Toronto's Moon King trade their shoegaze tendency with old-school disco and Detroit house.

Moon King/ Hamtramck '16

Despite having been active since 2012, alt-pop duo Moon King is still one of the lesser known indie acts to have emerged out of Canada. Made up of childhood friends Daniel Woodland and Maddy Wilde, the pair has so far put out two EPs (Obsession I and Obsession II) as well as a debut LP, the 2015's krautrock-leaning Secret Life. Over the following few years, the pair planed itself in Detroit's underground music scene and spent a good chunk of their time on the road touring with a bunch of buzz bands including Alvvays, TOPS, Doldrums and Mr Twin Sister, gradually expanding their fan base and accumulating some new ones along the way.

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