MobileCoin Radio ft. Lemon City Trio & Rick Moon


MobileCoin Radio is bringing Lemon City Trio and Rick Moon for their next livestream on November 10th starting at 6pm PST. Tune in and get some funky jazzy grooves and power pop ballads that will pull on your soul.


Lemon City Trio was formed in Miami, Fl for the love of playing Soul music and New Orleans Funk. Guitarist Nick Tannura, and drummer Aaron Glueckauf, formerly of The Politix, joined forces with organist and keyboard wizard, Brian Robertson, formerly of avant-soul outfit ANR, to create an outlet for their joined passion. Since then, the band has continued to push its envelope and blend influences to create a niche amongst Organ Trios. With their first release, Welcome to the Neighborhood, the Lemon City Trio shows a taste for cinematic guitar textures, hip-hop grooves, and slinky Cajun beats. The origin story and style of this band is uniquely characteristic of the city it was born from – Miami. 

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Born and raised in Ponce, Puerto Rico, Rick Moon is a producer/singer/songwriter living and working in Miami, Florida. He has been writing and producing songs since he was 12 years old. 

In 2010, Rick Moon moved to Miami and decided to pursue an education in Audio Production.  On June 7, 2012, Rick Moon released the poppy feel-good debut album, Tired Of Sleeping.  Tired Of Sleeping received positive feedback from audiences in NY, LA, Miami and Puerto Rico and it’s title-song, Tired Of Sleeping, was placed in regular rotation on Puerto Rican radio.

Moon released a second album in September 2015 called Cottage Scenes and began performing with a new band in Miami, FL.  After beginning to perform with other artists and taking on several projects as producer,  Moon released his third album, Electric Lunch.  This album showcases a significant sonic expansion from his previously more subdued and folksy, Cottage Scenes.  The self-produced concept album with big power-pop hooks points to Rick’s lifelong love of XTC, Todd Rundgren, Mersey Beat, and classic British rock at large.

Electric Lunch is a paradox– a bright and cynical album addressing the hope of post-addiction and the existential ennui of seeing the doomed world with clear eyes for the first time.  The power pop is balanced with tender ballads and confessionals that rip at your guts and remind you why the pain is worth pushing through.

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