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About Raging Moby

Hailing from country Victoria, the boys began jamming in 2017, and played their debut gig at the Workers Club, in support of legendary Beechworth band CHUGS. 



After a couple years of hiatus, and adding a third guitar to the lineup, 2019 saw Raging Moby get back into the swing of live gigs. Playing alongside Freak Fandango, Mantell and "the best band in Brunswick West" The Twistees, the Mobies honed their chops. 



Left to right: Anders Muir, Nick Lorenz, Declan Bedford, Aidan Pangrazio, Sam Shallue, Liam Hogan

The Pandemic Era

Raging Moby, like all musicians across the world, came to a grinding halt during the Covid-19 Pandemic. While navigating lockdowns and restrictions, Raging Moby still found time to play gigs in Melbourne and Beechworth. 

A sold out show at Tanswells Hotel in Beechworth to launch their debut EP 'Mundane Insanity' was a telling moment for the band to see the light at the end of the tunnel. 




2022: Post-Covid

A string of gigs around Victoria saw Raging Moby debut new music to sold out crowds at Melbourne's Cherry Bar, and Tanswells again. With regional shows in Wangaratta and Geelong,  the band have further extended their musical reach looking forward.  

A highlight being Wonder Mountain Festival, sharing the bill with the likes of Mildlife, Glass Beams and Milo Eastwood. 

Check it out for yourself below!



2023: A move to Wadawurrung Country

This year saw a change of scenery for the band, with home base being relocated to the Surf Coast. This move coincided with the recording of their second EP 'Counterfeit Paradise'. This body of work is a culmination of three to four years of songs that have been road-tested, but given new life in the recording process. Recorded at Big Fridge Records in Wallington, 'Counterfeit Paradise' is a progression from the first EP, with more complex songwriting, and a focus on guitar layering. 

2023 has seen the Mobies play shows at the Torquay Hotel, BDK Fest and Darker Days Festival. The EP is ready to go, and the plan is to get back into the studio early 2024. 

Catch Raging Moby at Loch Hart Festival in January 2024, or listen to their new EP on Spotify soon!



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