Moira Scar

Moira Scar

Thursday, May 19, 2016

Moira Scar as V.E.X. plays "LIVE ON T.V.!"

V.E.X.plays "Live On T.V." 8:30 P.M. Thurs. May 19th for Pressure Drop T.V., performance in the belly of the Buzzard, with extraordinary visual projections by Kent Cates, Tune it In and Turn it On, Pressure will Drop!

Wednesday, July 8, 2015

MOIRA SCAR NorthWest Tour July 10th-18th!!!

excerpt from Moira Scar Comix #4 by LuLu Gamma Ray.
Moira Scar heads North up the Pacific Coast:
 Arcata July 10th at Batcave;
 Portland July 11th at Scowling House;
 Olympia July 14th at Old School Pizza;
 Seattle July 15th at FBK House;
 Seattle July 16th at Black Lodge;
 Spokane July 17th at Baby Bar;
 Portland July 18th at The World Famous Kenton Club.

Thursday, June 11, 2015

Moira Scar and V.E.X. gets some press!

from Get to know: Moira Scar and V.E.X. By Russell Jelinek|June 10, 2015| Moira Scar Photo by David Chi/// With a band name like Moira Scar and albums titled Psychoid and Scarred for Life, I thought I was in for something dark and disturbing when I first played their tracks. Yeah, there’s plenty of darkness and screams, but underneath it all, it’s just so much more fun (and danceable) than I was expecting. Moira Scar began as a collaboration between comic book artists Roxy Monoxide and LuLu Gamma Ray, who according to Roxy, “came out of the S.F. synth punk sewer rock of The Floating Corpses“. Drummer Mikey Mayhem was brought in to fill out their sound, which would just feel right experienced live in a dark, grimy warehouse or a place named “First Church of the Buzzard”, (an actual Oakland venue where they’ll perform August 29). Check out the fun that is Psychoid below, which can also be purchased on vinyl via Cochon Records: When Roxy Monoxide and LuLu Gamma Ray perform as a duo, they are V.E.X., aka Ventriloquest Ectoplasmold Xanaxax. As a duo with a drum machine replacing Mr. Mayhem, they’re even more danceable and perhaps a bit more experimental than they are with Moira Scar. Check out their latest album below, and see them perform at the Hemlock June 16 or any number of underground venues this summer as either a duo or a trio. All Your Sisters, Echo Beds, V.E.X., Burning Hemlock Tavern June 16, 2015 8:30pm, $6 Tags: Moira Scar, V.E.X.
here is link to actual article with songs!:
Moira Scar and V.E.X. gets some press!

Friday, April 17, 2015

Moira Scar in So. Cal April 23-26 (FRESNO, SAN PEDRO, ANAHEIM, LOS ANGELES)

 So. Cal Fiendz, Moira Scar is heading south, playing 4 shows last weekend of April, slither out and get Scarred!
Thur April 23: Fresno, Chinatown Gallery, with One Last Caress and Ghost Meat.
Fri April 24: San Pedro, Ghoulhouse Records Presents, Harold's Place, with Band Aparte, more T.B.A.
Sat April 25: Anaheim, Sanctum Sanctorum 1 year anniversary, with Rhythm of Cruelty and Raukous.
Sun April 26: Los Angeles, COOLWORLDPARTY! Five Star Bar, with CXA, Deadpanzies, Trap Girl, Gorgeous Vermillion, plus CoolWorld DJ's.......

Friday, March 27, 2015

Get Psyched!

 April 18th, Come Out to Bottom of the Hill S.F. for a night of Heavy Mindblowing Space Rock!
Moira Scar plays with Acid Mothers Temple (Japan) and ST 37 (Austin)--Don't Miss This!
Moira Scar goes first at 9:30 sharp so come early to get Scarred and stay all night to visit many strange worlds!!!

Thursday, September 25, 2014

East Bay Express Picks:

Moira Scar 

Sat., Sept. 20, 9 p.m. 2014
Two members of Moira Scar — LuLu Gamma Ray and Roxy Monoxide — also perform as V.E.X., Ventriloquest Ectoplasmold Xanaxax, a mouthful of a band name that’s as inscrutable as the music these Oakland artists produce. Descriptions of Moira Scar are similarly over the top, noting the outfit’s debts to death rock, goth, psychedelic, and industrial, along with some cosmic or pseudo-scientific terminology for emphasis. Soberly, Moira Scar, which is performing at the Hemlock (1131 Polk St., San Francisco) Saturday, sets noisy scree and dramatic vocals atop rollicking low-end grooves. It sounds gloomy, unnerved, and a tad cracked, but Moira Scar’s live show, fraught with outlandish stage decor and visual projections, reinforces the group’s overall garish, sci-fi garbage aesthetic. It’s campy — unabashed and loud — executed with enough conviction to infect even the most stoic listeners. It’s hard not to stagger away from a Moira Scar show without sputtering nonsense in the futile hope of rationalizing the experience.
— Sam Lefebvre