Japanese math rock band MOMA release new split record


Sunday morning sounds can’t start any better then by checking out this beautiful split record featuring Japanese math rock/instrumental band MOMA. The record features 2 songs by MOMA and one song by a Brazilian band called SLVDR. The MOMA tracks are soothing, comforting, calming, the perfect tunes for an early morning rise to get set your day off right – the piano on both tracks certainly help. The only problem is that it’s only TWO songs!


This release is a collaboration project between three record labels:

Tightwolf Records and Delayed Gratification Records out of the US


Kakusan Records out of Norway

The record has been pressed on vinyl and the following are the choices available:

300 copies
(100x Clear – Kakusan Records version)
(100x Blue – Delayed Gratification Records version)
(100x Violet – Tightwolf Records version)

Buy all 3 variants for $12.50(USD)!

You can buy the record here:


MOMA is so damn good that you might as well continue to check out their releases. Here’s an EP that they released last year:

Just get on their bandcamp and enjoy: https://moma.bandcamp.com

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