Charles Moothart’s Solo Debut

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Charles Moothart has played in plenty of great projects out of the California garage revivalFuzz, Ty Segall, GØGGS, and Charlie and the Moonhearts, for instanceand now has a record coming out for his solo debut, CFM. Backed by Thomas Alvarez (Audacity), Michael Anderson, and Tyler Frome, Moothart’s CFM released its first song this past week in anticipation of the upcoming record, Still Life of Citrus and Slime, which will be out on April 8th via In the Red.

LA Record wrote that the track “sounds like Sonic’s Rendezvous Band performing orbital rendezvous with Sir Lord Baltimore,” and Consequence of Sound said “the cut is a psychedelic slice of glamorous noise, squealing guitar licks tweeting off into the oblivion spiral of low-end sounds.” Listen to “Lunar Heroine” after the jump.


Liz Wood is a freelance editor, fiction writer, and current student in the NYU MFA program. More from this author →