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Mood Mechanics is music proudly made in North Carolina. The indie rock band consisting of Denis Desloge, Brian Obernesser and Logan Tabor was formed in 2010 as a long distance recording project. Obernesser and Tabor, while in separate cities, wrote and recorded their first independent release, Manzari. Upon its completion in 2011, the band picked up various live musicians, including Desloge, to perform the album. After garnering a reputation as a strong live act, Mood Mechanics had the opportunity to produce The Cool Uncollected Sessions—a series of live video performances. While Mood Mechanics features many musicians live, the core of the writing process lies within the three.
With melodic guitar work and a driving groove, Mood Mechanics are a unique blend of nineties and modern indie rock. The band offers an organic sound with rich texture and temperamental dynamics. While the band shows strong experimental tendencies, the basic structure of their songs remains a high priority. After hours of debating the finer points of a transition from verse to chorus and back again, the band is ready to begin tampering with the slue of instruments used to make up each track. Their ability to constantly look at their music as having room for improvement allows them to find the best overall timbre for any given song. Whether a new song is presented as a “finished product” or as a simple melody line, every member of the band is apt to writing a part on any instrument to complete the idea.
Presently, Mood Mechanics continues to write and record music as a three piece. Desloge, Obernesser and Tabor continue to grow as a unit and maintain a constant forward march towards their goal—to let the music speak for itself.