Wednesday, 26 August 2015

ARRIVALS & DEPARTURES - 3468 - The ‘new’ Zealey & Moore album.

We are both happy and sad that James, our drummer, will be leaving to attend the Academy of Contemporary Music in Guildford in September. So to celebrate his last 11 days in Aylesbury we will be posting one track a day to our Facebook page from our new album ‘3468’, starting on Wednesday 26th of August. You will then be able to download the whole album for free on the day he leaves.

This album was started..... and then kinda got forgotten in amongst the big long list of commitments that is life! Some of the tracks are over two years old, but a sudden burst of enthusiasm, and the sudden realisation of James’ departure over the last few months, has got it to a place where we feel happy to put it out. Those of you that who saw us a few years back at Hobble On the Cobbles in Aylesbury, may have picked up a free sampler with early mixes of some of these tracks.

It was recorded at home in Aylesbury. The whole project was based around an idea of limiting ourselves - to do a whole album that avoided using 4/4 – hence the title.
We hope you enjoy it, and join us in wishing James all the best. He is well loved and will be well missed by us.

Thursday, 2 October 2014

Hello strangers. Sorrry we've been off the grid for months. Various things going on that have meant we haven't been able to get together much. We've got nearly an album's worth of stuff now - still in the mixing stage, with a couple of tracks awaiting bass lines and guitar parts. We'll let you know as soon as it's ready. Not sure if it'll be free via Noisetrade or only available to buy - maybe a bit of both.

In  the meantime, here is a spiffing pic of our bass player Diz back in his Marrillion days...

Monday, 28 April 2014

Lion Live - this May Bank Holiday Sunday

Greetings! Just to ley you know we'll be playing the excelent Lion Live mini festival in Waddesdon this Sunday. If you are on Facebook you can find more details here:

It's a great family friendly event that raises money for Helen & Douglas Childrens Hospice.

The music line up is as follows..
5-.5.30pm Thyme Out (local school Jazz band)
5.45-6.15pm Runner (Indie/rock band)
6.30-7.15pm Zealey & Moore (rock band)
8-9pm The Dung Beatles (Beatles tribute band)
9.45-11.30pm Essential Motion (Funk, Soul, Motown & Pop covers band)

and here's directions.

Monday, 16 September 2013

HOTC 2013 / Bucks TV

 We had a great time at Hobble On The Cobbles - seems like ages ago now - great weather, great sound, great crowd. Thank you so much to all of you that came out! Here is a clip on BucksTV to give you a taste!

Wednesday, 27 February 2013

Z&M to play Hobble On The Cobbles

We are olympianly proud to announce that we will be perfoming at this years HOBBLE ON THE COBBLES free festival in Aylesbury town, August bank holiday- in fact holidays have been shortened to make sure we can make this awesome event. Not sure which Square we will be in yet but we will be a full band! x

Click here for more info

Tuesday, 26 February 2013

Christmas Radio Interview

Here an interview we did with Des Withey from radio Seagull on Christmas Eve. Mostly JZ with verbal dioreah but worth a listen.

Radio seagull is broadcast from ship the ‘Jenni Baynton’ moored in Harlingen Harbour in the Netherlands, Radio Seagull can be heard on 1602 KHz AM in the Netherlands, across the North Sea and along the East Coast of England. At night the signal has been received as far away as Finland, Germany and Switzerland.

Movie soundtrack available.

Title track (and James Bond spoof)  by Zealey & Moore Ft. Tasoulla Nicola, from the motion picture KILL KEITH starring British comedy legends and entertainers Keith Chegwin, Joe Pasquale, Tony Blackburn and Russell Grant. Dont forget the soundtrack is available from all good digital stockists.

More about Kill Keith....

Kill Keith: Volume 1. Keith 'Cheggers' Chegwin is a household name and has been at the top of his game for nearly 40 years. He's an all round entertainer and has lived with us via our TV screens on Swap Shop as kids through to GMTV as parents. He is undoubtedly a national treasure, and for nearly four decades has been much loved by viewers young and old. The year is 2010 and hidden away in a damp dark and blood stain cellar is a stranger, a man, a figure in the dark, someone we'd rather not know. He sits through the small hours torturing himself watching Swap Shop on fast forward over and over again. Cheggers Plays Pop posters decorate the cellar walls. The stranger moves slowly around his memorabilia filled shrine; terrifying equipment of torture fill the cellar together with several slabs of dead meat hanging from meat hooks. In the corner a man is bound and gagged in a cage while being subjected to archive TV clips of Keith Chegwin. The stranger is on an evil crusade. What is this unhealthy obsession with Keith Chegwin? Is the stranger plotting to kill our much loved Keith? Innocent victims from around the country slowly start to disappear. The damp cellar accrues more bodies. The news headlines build of reports of a serial killer. Cheggers continues his daily TV show while the nation lives in fear of evil roaming the country. Body parts begin to surface hundreds of miles from where they disappeared. How safe is Keith? How long before the stranger fulfills his obsessive desires? Written by Andy Thompson