West Palm Beach's Luna Rex is putting its spacy rock on wax. New Times has learned that the four-piece -- named after a ghost that inhabits its rehearsal space -- has taken its first foray into studio recording. According to the group's Facebook fan page, the band is putting the final touches on its still-untitled debut EP at Lake Worth's Elegbaland studios.
Luna Rex vocalist/guitarist Jon Glassman says that the band is aiming
for a six-song EP, which the group hopes to distribute locally very
soon. The EP will consist of Luna Rex cheeky favorites like "Mango and
Time Machines" and "The Painter, AKA Bob Ross." Glassman also tells us
that his band hopes to have an official full-length wrapped up by
summer's end -- which will include all of the tracks from this EP. In
the meantime, fans of the group's whimsical melodies can catch it live
Saturday, January 15, at Propaganda.
Luna Rex. With East Coast Envy, Ben Childs, Needles to Say. 9 p.m. Saturday, January 15, at Propaganda, 6 S. J St., Lake Worth. Click here.
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