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Moss Points North was an indie/alternative band from Boston that combined distinctive songwriting with warm ambience and carefully-crafted instrumental arrangements. Since meeting in college in 2007, the band developed an eclectic and distinct sound that draws comparisons to Wilco, Radiohead, My Morning Jacket, and Modest Mouse. In 2011, the group released an EP, The Ghost at The Feast. The six-track set showcases the band’s versatility and range of influences. Opener “Setting Sun” features a Calypso-like groove, while impassioned ballads such as “True Love” highlight singer/songwriter match Colin Lee’s vulnerable side (“Love is the hardest thing you’ll ever have to deal with,” he sings matter-of-factly) alongside Motown-soul-reminiscent instrumentals. Lee, guitarist Pat McCusker, bassist Jesse Gottlieb, pianist Isaac Richardson, and drummer Jeff Samataro fuse earthy rock and nostalgic folk with ample doses of jazz, pop, and improvisation to produce Moss Point North’s signature sound. On the pulsing, syncopated rock tune “Float Away,” when Lee croons that his words are more or less all he’s got, it’s difficult not to believe him. Likewise, on cuts like the super-intimate “Nocturne” and the cinematic “Out of the Dark,” horns and strings guide fans and new listeners alike on a journey between one evening’s setting and rising sun. “The Owls”, a samba-like rock song, pairs Lee’s best Elliott Smith-sounding croon with sultry horns to reflect on some of the best the ’90s had to offer. The band also displays great versatility when it comes to performing live. In 2010, they opened for the New Jersey Symphony Orchestra at the Giralda Music and Arts Festival, garnering accolades and praise from attendees and local critics. John Arthur of the Madison Patch writes that the "music transcends genre and is highly listenable for fans of many different styles of music... the culmination of classically trained musicians working together to blend a vast array of styles".
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Genres:
Alternative, Folk, Indie, Rock
Band Members:
Jordan Maley - saxophone, Jeff Samataro - drums, Colin Lee - vocals, multi-instrumentalist, Isaac Richardson - piano, Pat McCusker - electric guitar
Hometown:
Boston, Massachusetts

No upcoming shows
Send a request to Moss Points North to play in your city
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About Moss Points North

Moss Points North was an indie/alternative band from Boston that combined distinctive songwriting with warm ambience and carefully-crafted instrumental arrangements. Since meeting in college in 2007, the band developed an eclectic and distinct sound that draws comparisons to Wilco, Radiohead, My Morning Jacket, and Modest Mouse. In 2011, the group released an EP, The Ghost at The Feast. The six-track set showcases the band’s versatility and range of influences. Opener “Setting Sun” features a Calypso-like groove, while impassioned ballads such as “True Love” highlight singer/songwriter match Colin Lee’s vulnerable side (“Love is the hardest thing you’ll ever have to deal with,” he sings matter-of-factly) alongside Motown-soul-reminiscent instrumentals. Lee, guitarist Pat McCusker, bassist Jesse Gottlieb, pianist Isaac Richardson, and drummer Jeff Samataro fuse earthy rock and nostalgic folk with ample doses of jazz, pop, and improvisation to produce Moss Point North’s signature sound. On the pulsing, syncopated rock tune “Float Away,” when Lee croons that his words are more or less all he’s got, it’s difficult not to believe him. Likewise, on cuts like the super-intimate “Nocturne” and the cinematic “Out of the Dark,” horns and strings guide fans and new listeners alike on a journey between one evening’s setting and rising sun. “The Owls”, a samba-like rock song, pairs Lee’s best Elliott Smith-sounding croon with sultry horns to reflect on some of the best the ’90s had to offer. The band also displays great versatility when it comes to performing live. In 2010, they opened for the New Jersey Symphony Orchestra at the Giralda Music and Arts Festival, garnering accolades and praise from attendees and local critics. John Arthur of the Madison Patch writes that the "music transcends genre and is highly listenable for fans of many different styles of music... the culmination of classically trained musicians working together to blend a vast array of styles".
Show More
Genres:
Alternative, Folk, Indie, Rock
Band Members:
Jordan Maley - saxophone, Jeff Samataro - drums, Colin Lee - vocals, multi-instrumentalist, Isaac Richardson - piano, Pat McCusker - electric guitar
Hometown:
Boston, Massachusetts

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