Moira Scar

Moira Scar

Wednesday, April 9, 2014

3 SO. CAL MOIRA SCAR SHOWS THIS APRIL 25-27 2014!!!

Upcoming shows in L.A.:
Friday, April 25th-
LITTLE DEBBIE
MOIRA SCAR (Oakland)
LILACS
VORTAL CURB
RIND
COOL World DJ’s
Pehr Space 325 Glendale, Los Angeles
9p.m. 5$ All Ages
Sean Carnage presents plant themed spring celebration

Saturday, April 26th-
Club Sanctum Sanctorum--
Gitane Demone and Rikk Agnew
Moira Scar (Oakland)
Catholic Spit
Dj Virtago
@ The Other Place Bar 316 Euclid St. Anaheim 92802
$5 9pm 21+up

Sunday, April 27th-
Cool World and Fore Bones Presents:
the Fly Traps
Moira Scar (Oakland)
Nancy and the She Dicks
@ The Lexington Club
129 E. 3rd St. L.A. 90013
$5 9pm 21 + up









Sunday, October 6, 2013

SCAR SHOTS



                             







                           


Tuesday, September 10, 2013

Scar Vidz

De/Monster/A-Tiff video by Miguel Costa Serra.



live footage from First Church of the Buzzard, Oakland Ca. by Kevin Brown.

Thursday, February 28, 2013

East Bay Express reviews Scarred For Life!


East Bay Express February 27th, 2013.
by Whitney Phaneuf

Moira Scar, Scarred for Life. Any attempt to describe Moira Scar's sound — which is like stumbling upon a band of satanic, opera-singing, goth-punk gypsies in the middle of a PCP trip — sounds silly, but the music, while playful, is executed with great care. Most of the ten songs on Scarred for Life even border on catchy — for example, "Spacetime Resonators" with its repetitive, hyperactive guitar hook. The band's mix of psychedelia, punk, glam rock, and industrial may be best compared to an avant-garde outfit like Psychic TV, in that the only real expectation is that it will be loud and weird. (Resipiscent)
 At Cafe du Nord (2170 Market St., San Francisco) on Saturday, Mar. 23. 8 p.m., price TBD.

Sunday, October 14, 2012

Get Scarred For Life Now!!!!!!!!!


TO ORDER SCARRED FOR LIFE GO HERE: http://www.resipiscent.com/artist/view/44

Tuesday, March 8, 2011

East Bay Express review

Moira Scar, Slink to Intensity
Moira Scar reminds one of when punk was weirder and a lot more fun. Like a demented hybrid of the New York Dolls, Sonic Youth and dark cabaret — plus some deliberately strange and provocative visuals — it's like GWAR for art school kids. "Slink to Intensity" sounds like it came off the soundtrack to an odd French animation, while "You Make Me Scream" has an almost Celtic folksy edge to it. If you're a lover of all things weird, dark, and kind of twisted, you're going to adore Moira Scar. (self-released)

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