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Moon Hooch Pushes Sonic Boundaries On New Single, ‘Booty House’ [Premiere]

first_imgThe beloved trio known as Moon Hooch began innocently enough, with three music students busking in the subways of New York City. Those days are long in the past now, however, as their approach to dance music has cemented their place as musical innovators. With two horn players, Mike Wilbur and Wenzl McGowen, alongside drummer James Muschler, the band creates an intoxicating sonic display with each and every performance.With two albums in the books, Moon Hooch is gearing up for their third-ever release, Red Sky. Due out on June 10th, Moon Hooch’s new release pushes the boundaries even farther, using electronic technology to add mystifying effects to their organic instrumentation. The new elements of Moon Hooch’s music are almost too innumerable to count: Electronic Wind Instruments, a “Reverse DJ” setup with saxophone sounds running through Ableton, vocal contributions from Wilbur, and more.Not only that, but Muschler travelled to India to immerse himself in percussion-oriented music. The band also champions meditation and environmental causes, and themes of consciousness – both self and environmental – run rampant throughout the release. At the heart of Moon Hooch is dance music, which is the cornerstone of Red Sky.With the new album due out in just a few short weeks, the band has offered us a first listen single premiere. Tune in to “Booty House” from Moon Hooch’s upcoming Red Sky release, below.Wilbur spoke to us about the creation of “Booty House,” saying, “This track was made in our old basement in Brooklyn after smoking a large spliff. It was a time where as a joke I would blast happy hardcore music and dance around the house. I guess that influenced this track.”You can pre-order Red Sky by following this link. Be sure to check out the band on the road throughout Europe and North America; full schedule below.Moon Hooch Tour DatesMay 27 – Norwich, UK – Norwich Arts FestivalMay 30 – Bristol, UK – The LanternMay 31 – Liverpool, UK – Arts ClubJune 1 – Glasgow, Scotland – O2 ABCJune 2 – Bergen, Norway – Nattjazz FestivalJune 12 – Newport, UK – Isle of Wight FestivalJune 16 – Hammonton, NJ – BearfestJune 18 – Wurtsboro, NY – Destination MoonJune 24 – Londonderry, VT – Frendly GatheringJune 25 – Stratford, CT – Two Roads Brewing CompanyJune 27 – Edmonton, Canada – TD Edmonton International Jazz FestivalJune 28 – Vancouver, Canada – TD Vancouver International Jazz FestivalJune 29 – Victoria, Canada – TD Victoria International Jazz FestivalJune 30 – Montreal, Canada – Montreal Jazz FestivalJuly 2 – Lewes, UK – Love Supreme FestivalJuly 12 – Manchester, UK – Band on the WallAugust 11 – Darrington, WA – Summer Meltdown FestivalAugust 13 – Tamarack, ID – Huckleberry JamSeptember 17 – Liverpool, UK – Arts Club Loftlast_img read more

The CUInsight Experience podcast: Julie Ferguson – Be memorable (#47)

first_imgPicture this, warm sunshine, sand running through your toes, and the breeze from the Indian Ocean gently ruffling your hair. Randy Smith, co-founder of CUInsight.com, is on location with his guest Julie Ferguson at the 20th SACCA Congress in beautiful Mombasa, Kenya. Listen in as they have a friendly conversation about their experiences in credit unions and beyond.Julie is a small business owner, and a consultant in the credit union movement, with a focus on business development. Her goal is to work herself out of a job by teaching credit unions the tools needed to evolve and grow their businesses.Do you have a travel bug? Listen as Julie and Randy discuss their love of travel, the things they have learned, and the camaraderie they have with all the attendees at the conference. The talk about what it means to be location independent and the joys and struggles that come with it.Julie shares three tips to increase member engagement; ask smart questions, listen, and stay in the driver’s seat of the dialogue. For credit unions to remain relevant in today’s market, Julie believes the key is engagement. The more engaged your employees are, the more engaged your members will be. Leading with the heart is critical.This is a fun episode with many leadership tips and hacks that you can apply to any area of your life and career. You can tell from the joy in her voice that Julie loves her life and how she gets to live it. She will brighten your day, so plugin, and enjoy!Subscribe on: Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Play, StitcherHow to find Julie:Julie Ferguson, owner of JRF Consulting [email protected]tter | LinkedIn | InstagramShow notes from this episode:Julie has a great new website. Check it out here and all the good she does for credit unions.Shout-out: to George Ombado and our friends at ACCOSCAIt took only minutes to mentions DE. Are you a CUDE? Just do it. Sign up.You can find more about the 20th SACCA Congress and the Don Bosco Special School project mentioned here: Asante Africa: My heart is full from your cooperative spiritShout-out: Lois KitschShout-out: Bert J. Hash, Jr.Shout-out: Michael RayShout-out: Brent RempeShout-out: Bill and Crissy CheneyCredit union shout-out: First Tech FCU who let Julie take a month off to travel.Shout-out: Rick StevesShout-out: Jill NowackiCredit union shout-out: Wauna Credit Union (Julie’s first client)Shout-out: Denise WymoreShout-out: Lauren Culp (Thank you, Julie!)Shout-out: Neen JamesShout-out: Gretchen WakemPandora Station: Hot Child in the CityBook mentioned: The Little Red Book of Selling by Jeffrey GitomerBook mentioned: Vagabonding: An Uncommon Guide to the Art of Long-Term World Travel by Rolf Potts (a personal favorite of mine too)Shout-out: Kelley Parks and the crew at gira{ph}.Previous guests mentioned in this episode: Lois Kitsch, Bill Cheney, Jill Nowacki (4, 18 & 37), Lauren Culp, Neen JamesYou can find all past episodes of The CUInsight Experience here. In This Episode:[01:41] – Welcome to the show, Julie![02:09] – Julie have you had a good time this week?.[03:55] – She speaks about marrying her love of travel and her work with credit unions.[05:48] – Julie discusses the challenges around work and travel. She calls it being location independent.[08:18] – Getting new members and maximizing the existing relationships is the focus of her company.[10:32] – Julie says she wants to work herself out of a job, by giving the tools to the team so they can evolve and grow.[11:29] – Three tips for member engagement are; ask smart questions, listen, and stay in the driver’s seat of the dialogue.[13:38] – She believes that the more engaged your employees are, the more engaged the members are.[14:39] – Why did you leave First Tech Credit Union to start your own business?[17:41] – Her inspiration over the last ten years has changed from helping herself to helping others.[18:36] – Collaboration, being genuine, leading with heart are some things she admires in the leaders she has met.[19:26] – How has leadership styles changed over the last ten years?[20:15] – Be memorable are two words that Julie says all the time[21:17] – Being afraid of taking risks is a mistake she sees young leaders making today.[22:47] – You have two choices, you either figure out a way to make it work or you make a change.[24:35] – Running and sitting at a coffee shop eating pastries afterward is what Julie does to reset.[25:32] – What was the first time you got into memorable trouble?[26:21] – Coffee and running are two things that she needs to do to make her day feel right.[26:40] – She doesn’t have a favorite album. She listens to a Pandora station called “Hot Child in the City.”[27:21] – What is your favorite book?[28:36] – Stuff has become less important to Julie, and time has become more important.[29:16] – When you hear the word success which person that comes to mind.[30:02] – Final thoughts or asks for the listeners? 47SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr,Randall Smith Randall Smith is the co-founder of CUInsight.com, the host of The CUInsight Experience podcast, and a bit of a wanderlust.As one of the co-founders of CUInsight.com he … Web: www.CUInsight.com Detailslast_img read more