Moonlight breakfast at Vivid Street

Soul, Electro, Beat, Nu-Jazz and Swing

A fresh, urban rough style mix of Soul, Electro, Beat, Nu-Jazz and Swing. They met in Bucharest: Christie, the singer with a striking, extraordinary voice, who had to be argued into singing in the first place, and Bazooka, music producer, drummer and multi-instrumentalist, who studied the clarinet at the Bucharest Conservatory. In the meantime they got married and their kid loves to stroll curiously on stage from time to time.

Moonlight breakfast at Vivid Street

Joined by Adita, keyboarder and guitar player, actor and equestrian and Printzu, who gave up his studies of theology to play the bass. Moonlight Breakfast had exactly five rehearsals before their first concert. And we are not speaking of an underground club. They were the opening act for Jamiroquai, playing in front of a crowd of 35.000 people. Thanks to their intoxicating performance they passed the  test with flying colours and since then, they’ve been performing their worldwide concerts with a playful easiness. 

They have just released their first album „Shout“, which puts all their influences in a nutshell. Produced, recorded, edited, mixed and mastered by  Bazooka, the 13 songs of this debut album show a special style mix. „Hello“ opens with a pushing voodoo beat and Christie’s question „Hello! Do you wanna know my name?“ Whereas „Still“ is a weird disco song with a fairylike soul voice. It’s here that Billie Holiday meets Bananarama and Les Rita Mitsouko for a few drinks and some cool moves. In „Play“ Moonlight Breakfast unite Pop, Disco, Swing and Gypsy Jazz and top it off with a catchy clarinet solo.


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