(Italy: Blues Rock, Psychedelic Rock) "Wet Moon" is Mother Island's second album. The band from Vicenza (Italy), which last year stood out thanks to the excellent debut "Cosmic Pyre" (2015 Go Down Records), returns with an album that marks a turning point on the band’s psychedelic path, with a more pop-oriented approach for its sounds and compositions. An album that alternates fast ballads, in which the voice scratches and carries the guitars that may have been recorded by band as Allah Las or The Growlers, to darker, psychedelic moments, as the cathartic and liberating "La Danse Macabre". MOTHER ISLAND refer to themselves as melancholy and their music enhances the mood, like the full moon reflected in the water: here explained the title of the album, the result of a dissolute night spent wandering by boat through the Venice canals. A stream of consciousness oozing lysergic experiences and inner journeys, in which the voice of Anita Formilan exorcises demons and ghosts of an imaginary a` la Velvet Underground. But the sound that comes out is warm and enveloping, alluring and sensual, thanks also to Matt Bordin's production, who used only analog instruments and a Studer 24 track recorder. Band: Anita Formilan vocals, Giacomo Totti bass, Nicola Bottene drums, Nicola Tamiozzo guitar, Nicolo` De Franceschi guitar.
Tracks: 1. To The Wet Moon 3:25 2. On Days Like These 2:57 3. Twentynine Palms 4:29 4. In The Meantime We Will Dance 3:20 5. La Danse Macabre 4:26 6. Normal Love 3:11 7. Eastern Memories 3:34 8. Heroin Sunrise 3:34 9. The Heap 3:24 10. Midnight Sun 4:34