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Moogatu has planted the first seeds for a unique blend of funky, shreddy progressive rock just outside of the nation's capital in bucolic northern Virginia. Soaring dual lead guitars and a pulsing rhythm section bring the quintet's inviting songcraft and creative improvisations to an audience that grows at every club and festival. Moogatu is carving its niche with high energy sets that keep people grooving long into the night. Moogatu is: Brian Raubacher (guitar, vocals) Chris Lee (guitar), Steve Jacyna (drums), Brian Zupruk (bass), Brian Dodds (mad science)
Moogatu has shared bills with: moe., EOTO, Ron Holloway, Dopapod, Keller Williams, Tea Leaf Green, Steve Kimock, Conspirator, Perpetual Groove, Ivan Neville's Dumpstaphunk, The Pimps of Joytime, Kung Fu, New Riders of the Purple Sage, Melvin Seals, The Werks, The Mantras, Papadosio, Zoogma, Up Until Now, Big Something, Boombox, Larry Keel & Natural Bridge, Rumpke Mountain Boys, Jimkata, Three Legged Fox, Tiny Boxes, Former Champions, Glostik Willy, Silo Effect, The Shack Band, Pigeons Playing Ping Pong, Freedom Enterprise, Future, and Galaxy Dynamite
"Moogatu, a [Washington, DC] powerhouse jamband warmed up the night with their classic funk chops... The group kept the crowd pumped up and ready for the madness that was about to unfold." - Relix/Jambands.com, November 2013
"Moogatu... a powerhouse jamband" - Relix/Jambands.com, November 2013
"Previously unfamiliar with Moogatu, I was highly impressed by their set. This 4 piece brings forth another unique and heavy sound, forming much of its music around dual lead guitar parts, with a very tight and complimentary rhythm section." - Buckeye Music Magazine, October 2012
"We've seen some personal favorites of ours such as People's Blues of Richmond, Moogatu, Moon Hooch and Pigeons Playing Ping Pong dominating the festival scene and rarely taking a night off from playing a show. Moogatu has been teaming up with Jamwich favorites such as Galaxy Dynamite and Segway and continue to wow audiences with their creative and technical skills." - Appalachian Jamwich Magazine, December 2012
"I forgot Moogatu was from [some movie we totally don't remember]. I thought it just stood for 'BADASS!'" - Allen Aucoin (Disco Biscuits), March 2013