Moogieman and the Masochists

Moogieman plays short numbers about space, love, industrial action in space, attachments to cameras, space and fruit. Did we mention space? The songs have been described as concise, contagious and deadpan. The name comes from a childhood desire to play a Moog synthesiser, but no Moog appears on stage.

Geek pop



Dates for your diary

Thursday 31st October @ 8pm
Buy tickets from WeGotTicketsMoogieman and the Masochists, Limpet Space Race, Oxford Sound Archive
WHERE: The Library.
WHEN: Thursday 31st October @ 8pm.
ADV TICKETS: £4.68 from WeGotTickets.
Friday 15th November @ 7pm
Buy tickets from WeGotTicketsMoogieman and the Masochists, The Golden Dregs, Puppet Mechanic, Enjoyable Listens
WHERE: The Port Mahon.
WHEN: Friday 15th November @ 7pm.
ADV TICKETS: £7.70 from WeGotTickets.
PROMOTER: Funnel Music.

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Moogieman and the Masochists Trivia

Origins of the name: The Moogieman name stems from childhood, when he was called that because of his desire to play Moog synthesisers but without the means to so.

Oxford Punt: Moogieman and the Masochists was selected as one of the showcased local bands at Oxford Punt 2016.

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Moogieman and the Masochists music can be purchased online from Bandcamp. Indie bands and artists work hard for little reward. If you like great music, support your local music scene. Go to gigs, buy the music, buy the CDs, buy the merchandise, contribute to fund-raisers, like them on Facebook, tell your friends about their gigs, or buy the band a drink.

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