This month’s We Have A Commentary takes up the third LP from Vancouver’s chameleonic Moev. Yeah Whatever brought together elements of synthpop, post-punk, funk, nascent alt-rock, goth, and body music, all under the aegis of then-new vocalist Dean Russell’s exploration of deeply spiritual and personal issues. The Senior Staff discuss it in relation to Moev’s broader history (as well as that of Nettwerk Records), the genres it blends, and our own relationships with one of Vancouver’s less appreciated acts. You can rate and subscribe on iTunes, Google Play Music, or download directly or stream from Spotify or the widget down below.
Somewhat embarrassed that I’m unfamiliar with this – but one look at the cover art and the first thought was “Yep, late 80s Nettwerk!”
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As an old scenester I wanted to relate my experience that when I first heard ‘Crucify Me’ in clubs for years I just assumed it was an obscure Depeche Mode song that had been remixed.