Father Moon

FM has become a record defined by the timing of its making. It began as an early and ambitious attempt at something different. Then the world was upturned by the pandemic and FM became more than a record but a refuge and a creative escape. 3 years later, and a lot of changes, it has finally come to light. There have been struggles, successes,

FM has become a record defined by the timing of its making. It began as an early and ambitious attempt at something different. Then the world was upturned by the pandemic and FM became more than a record but a refuge and a creative escape. 3 years later, and a lot of changes, it has finally come to light. There have been struggles, successes, disagreements, joy, and more. Part way through the pandemic our vocalist William Grant left the project, and the album was in a state of limbo. As time past it became increasingly clear that FM needed to be release. It was a snapshot in time, each listen transporting us back, every note acting as a portal to a memory. Music has that power to help us recall. With its release, we hope FM can do the same for you, in your own way.

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From the celestial beyond comes the great entity known as “Father Moon”. Cast out was Mother Earth, as the sun was severed, and now only our Father Moon is here for guidance. The ethereal riffs, the grounding bass, and the plodding drums set the stage for the Father Moons haunting sermons. It casts its gaze upon you, the weary listener. Only the most foolhardy and ardent True Believers amongst you know that Father Moon is here to stay and its clutches are ruthless. Hang on tight, traveler, for your journey has just begun.


Previous events

Moments Fest 2022: The Return

Siksika Nation

Headlined by Calgary's Wake (Metal Blade Records) and Canadian punk legends Dayglo Abortions, the event will also feature Siksika's No More Moments, Calgary hardcore punk heroes, Citizen Rage and from Treaty 6 territory but now residing in Toronto, Eamon Mcgrath.

also on the bill, Iron Tusk, Cardiograms, Forbidden Dimension, Double Rider, Ringwalds, No Brainer, Gone Cosmic, Before I Fall, Stucco, Ak747’s, Quit It, The Knot Know Howz, Mixed Blame, Ill Defined, Rocky Mountain Maniacs, Umi Yokai, Narcissistic Necrosis, Balrogath, Sionis, , Father Moon, All The Time Everywhere, Lethal Mentality and special guest, Jax Running Rabbit

Cousins skateboarding will be hosting a skate demo and offering programming for festival attendees.

There will also be a tipi raising at the start of the festival, and drummers/dancers performing as well.

The event will begin at 11am, with an elders blessing before the first band kicking things off the event on the main stage.

Moments Fest 6 - CANCELLED DUE TO COVID-19

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Gordan Yellow Fly Memorial Arbour, Siksika Nation

Moments Fest is back for its 6th instalment. This there will be 35+ bands from all over Western Canada. This year the festival will be expanding by adding an art showcase facilitated by local Siksika Nation artists. Also there will be a cultural component to the event with tipi raising, storytelling by a Siksika Elder, and pow wow drum/dance demonstrations. In addition, there will be a skateboard comp/demo taking place throughout the weekend. Camping will be offered for the first time, there will be a free pancake breakfast Saturday morning of the event.

Doors (Friday): 6pm

Doors (Saturday): 11:00am

Line up: No More Moments, Wolfrik, Dri Hiev, Forbidden Dimension and Abortion Grenade.

+30 bands to be announced February 14th

Tickets: Online tickets available at $40 for weekend pass (includes admission to both days, pancake breakfast, welcome to participate in other events) $15 Friday Day Pass $20 Saturday Day Pass

$40 for weekend pass (includes admission to both days, pancake breakfast, welcome to participate in other events) $15 Friday Day Pass $20 Saturday Day Pass

Wo Fat Duel Hippie Death Cult Lagoon Buzzard & More -CANCELLED DUE TO COVID-19

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Royal Canadian Legion #1, 116 7 Avenue Southeast, Calgary

Two daze of killer bands, cold beer, rad artists and fuzzy vibes taking place April 17 & 18, 2020 at the historic Royal Canadian Legion #1, in downtown Calgary, AB, Canada.

BuckleUp baby, The Electric Highway is excited to announce our inaugural lineup! We wanted to put something special together for our first trip on the Highway and with over 20 bands in two daze, we think we have done exactly that…

Day One Line Up: Wo Fat (Dallas, Texas) DUEL (Austin, Texas) Hippie Death Cult (Portland, Oregon) LáGoon (Portland, Oregon) Buzzard (Victoria, BC) CHUNKASAURUS (Vancouver Island, BC) PINK COCOON (Miontreal, Quebec) Row of Giants (Calgary, AB) Father Moon (Calgary, AB) The WORST (Calgary, AB) Locotus (Calgary, AB)

Single Day tickets are $35 in advance and $40 at the door if space is still available. Single Day Tickets go on sale February 1, 2020 at 12 midnight.

Souvenir Physical Tickets are available via the Festival store (Pick Up at the event or Delivery via mail) as soon as they go on sale, or at Sloth Records and at New Level Brewing Co. on February 8, 2020. The Festival Store can be found at

Digital Tickets can also be found on Showpass at

For full festival details, see below.

Day One, Friday, April 17th Wo Fat from Dallas, Texas will be returning with their brand of Psychedelic Heavy Blues to headline night one, and we are flying in their bro’s in DUEL to share the stage with them that night too! Also laying waste to Friday night are BC’s Buzzard & CHUNKASAURUS, coming all the way from Portland, Oregon we have Hippie Death Cult & LáGoon, joining us from Montreal is PINK COCOON, and representing our amazing local scene will be Father Moon, Locutus, Row of Giants and The WORST.

Then on Day Two, Saturday, April 18th bringing the fuzz from California, we are STOKED AF to welcome back the mighty Sasquatch to headline our whole party. Mothership frim Dallas, Texas will be taking us on a cosmic adventure. As for the rest of Saturday, it just wouldn’t be a party without Vancouver’s La Chinga on the bill, along with local faves Gone Cosmic, Bazaraba, and Shadow Weaver from Calgary, Crossfield, Alberta’s Set & Stoned, Hemptress from Kamloops, BC, The Sleeping Legion from Winnipeg, and Victoria's Empress and rounding out our first lineup, from Saskatoon, The Basement Paintings.

The Electric Highway is taking place at the Royal Canadian Legion #1 in downtown Calgary, AB, Canada on April 17 & 18, 2020.

Festival Store: Facebook: Electric Highway Instagram: Twitter: Website: Travel Alberta:

The Electric Highway 2020 ---> The Electric Highway Kickoff Party---> The Electric Highway Pinball Tournament ---> The Electric Highway Arts Expo & Market --->

The Electric Highway 2020 Advance Passl only C$67.50. Friday and Saturday tickets are $36.50 each.

Woodhawk with Crooked Spies, Fear The Mammoth and Father Moon

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Dickens, 1000 9 Ave SW, Calgary

Woodhawk with guests Crooked Spies, Fear The Mammoth (Edmonton) and Father Moon @ Dickens Pub February 21, 2020

8:00PM $10

Woodhawk Between earth and sky, heaven and hell, darkness and redemption lies the realm of Woodhawk. A rock-solid three-piece bound together by the ties of brotherhood with an uncompromising sound honed on the whetstone of personal hardships and heavy tidings. Arriving on the heels of their previous LP, Beyond the Sun, Woodhawk’s latest offering, Violent Nature, resonates with brutal honesty and hard-won acceptance. From the clean tones and heart wrenching lyrics of vocalist/guitarist Turner Midzain, to the indomitable rhythms of bassist Mike Badmington and drummer Kevin Nelson, each song represents a chapter in the band’s big book of tribulations. Journey from dawn to dusky in one fell swoop as Violent Nature delivers its gutsy message from death’s doorstep to your trembling ears.

Crooked Spies Sweaty palms and beat red bliss, broken strings with an electric kiss. From an outsider looking in this concisely paints a picture of Crooked Spies, a four-piece rock band hailing from Calgary, AB. Fronted by brothers Dylan and Steven Evanik, the group spans the entire spectrum of the genre. Influenced heavily by the garage rock revival, they adhere to a raw & natural, "passion vs. fashion" approach to the art form having been compared to acts such as The Black Keys, RATM and Danzig.

Fear the Mammoth Starting out young. Based from Edmonton AB. Benjamin Stivicic And Patrick Santos new they were ment to rock the stage together. Trying out different instruments they realized the best sound they could get was just from the two of them. FINALLY in 2016 FEAR THE MAMMOTH was born! With Bens heavy fuzz guitar and Patricks hard hitting drums their surf/garage rock/punk sound is sure to make heads bang. Leaving it all on the stage their energy makes people wanna jump and their rhythm make em wanna dance.

Father Moon Four musicians combining operatic vocals, atmospheric guitar, melodic bass and versatile percussion. With slow and sludgy riffs, dark tones of eastern influences, including the use of heavily affected vocals, Father Moon evokes a unique sonic experience.

Mosh Lotto

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The Border Crossing, 1814 36 St SE, Calgary, Alberta

NEW LEVEL BREWING presents with Voxx Promos & Calgary Beer Core the MOSH LOTTO!!! MOSH LOTTO 3 The Revenge

Mosh Lotto is a showcase of heavy/loud music in Calgary and all of Alberta with someone randomly going home with $649 in cash.

Line up : Metavore Syryn Balrogath Iron Tusk Row of Giants Diamonds on Neptune the Luminary Plot Chained by Mind Sins of Sorrow Father Moon Shark Weak Lost in Static

Sat November 30th 8pm Border Crossing Bar & Grill cover $6.49

Sleeping Legion With Ogimaa and Father Moon

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Blind Beggar Pub, 4608 Macleod Trail SW, Calgary Alberta

The Sleeping Legion will be rocking out alongside Ogimaa and Father Moon!

$10 advance tickets $15 admission at the door Doors open @ 7 Bands start @ 845

18+ no minors

Food & drink specials served all day like our $5.45 pints of house lager & $4.50 shooters of Jagermeister! SUPPORT YOUR LOCAL MUSIC SCENE

Bazaraba, Father Moon, Under the Mountain At Broken City

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Broken City, 613 11 Avenue SW, Calgary Alberta

The Tour From The Black Lagoon hits the stage of The Broken City Pub on April 25th! With Calgary's Bazaraba and Father Moon supporting Under The Mountain as they stop in to promote their 2nd studio album 'UTM ll aka The Deuce', released in November 2018

Cover is $9. +18 only. Doors at 8 Bands at 9


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