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He Met Her – Interview with Rocky Chance and Mowgli Moon

 

Recently, we caught up with Rocky Chance and Mowgli Moon from LA novelty He Met Her a couple of hours after they landed at Heathrow to start their UK Tour.

Avid self-producers, it seems that He Met Her’s work stems from a similar space as much of Hollywood’s original self-styled creation. Not willing to fixate on one single genre or sound, He Met Her range from disco to dub, and dancehall to twinkling pop dependent on the reference that they have taken for the track. A mix tape and a couple of tracks online yet we still don’t know fully what to expect from the guys long term, but whatever it’s going to be we are excited.

Focusing on working with friends, and discovering their sound as they travel through Europe and America, He Met Her appear to eschew the classic route of many musicians these days, and focus more on building up both their fanbase and book of songs through the people they meet, and the places they go to.

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[audio:https://www.phoenixfm.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/08/Phoenix-FM-Interview-HE-MET-HER.mp3]

 

 

 

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He Met Her – Interview with Rocky Chance and Mowgli Moon

 

Recently, we caught up with Rocky Chance and Mowgli Moon from LA novelty He Met Her a couple of hours after they landed at Heathrow to start their UK Tour.

Avid self-producers, it seems that He Met Her’s work stems from a similar space as much of Hollywood’s original self-styled creation. Not willing to fixate on one single genre or sound, He Met Her range from disco to dub, and dancehall to twinkling pop dependent on the reference that they have taken for the track. A mix tape and a couple of tracks online yet we still don’t know fully what to expect from the guys long term, but whatever it’s going to be we are excited.

Focusing on working with friends, and discovering their sound as they travel through Europe and America, He Met Her appear to eschew the classic route of many musicians these days, and focus more on building up both their fanbase and book of songs through the people they meet, and the places they go to.

LISTEN:
[audio:https://www.phoenixfm.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/08/Phoenix-FM-Interview-HE-MET-HER.mp3]

 

 

 

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He Met Her – Interview with Rocky Chance and Mowgli Moon

 

Recently, we caught up with Rocky Chance and Mowgli Moon from LA novelty He Met Her a couple of hours after they landed at Heathrow to start their UK Tour.

Avid self-producers, it seems that He Met Her’s work stems from a similar space as much of Hollywood’s original self-styled creation. Not willing to fixate on one single genre or sound, He Met Her range from disco to dub, and dancehall to twinkling pop dependent on the reference that they have taken for the track. A mix tape and a couple of tracks online yet we still don’t know fully what to expect from the guys long term, but whatever it’s going to be we are excited.

Focusing on working with friends, and discovering their sound as they travel through Europe and America, He Met Her appear to eschew the classic route of many musicians these days, and focus more on building up both their fanbase and book of songs through the people they meet, and the places they go to.

LISTEN:
[audio:https://www.phoenixfm.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/08/Phoenix-FM-Interview-HE-MET-HER.mp3]

 

 

 

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He Met Her – Interview with Rocky Chance and Mowgli Moon

 

Recently, we caught up with Rocky Chance and Mowgli Moon from LA novelty He Met Her a couple of hours after they landed at Heathrow to start their UK Tour.

Avid self-producers, it seems that He Met Her’s work stems from a similar space as much of Hollywood’s original self-styled creation. Not willing to fixate on one single genre or sound, He Met Her range from disco to dub, and dancehall to twinkling pop dependent on the reference that they have taken for the track. A mix tape and a couple of tracks online yet we still don’t know fully what to expect from the guys long term, but whatever it’s going to be we are excited.

Focusing on working with friends, and discovering their sound as they travel through Europe and America, He Met Her appear to eschew the classic route of many musicians these days, and focus more on building up both their fanbase and book of songs through the people they meet, and the places they go to.

LISTEN:
[audio:https://www.phoenixfm.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/08/Phoenix-FM-Interview-HE-MET-HER.mp3]

 

 

 

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