Moon Medicin “Un-televised Revolutions”
“A rock opera meets fine art installation.”
Sanford Biggers, keyboard
Martin Luther McCoy, vocals and guitar
Jahi Sundance, turntables
Mark Hines, bass
Directed by Charlotte Brathwaite
In the tradition of Sidney Lumet’s seminal black comedy Network and Orson Welles legendary radio broadcast of HG Wells’ War of the Worlds, Moon Medicin presents Un-Televised Revolutions, a music driven multimedia state of the union address over breakbeats. Moon Medicin combines original compositions and reinterpretations of contemporary standards that range from Prince’s “Controversy ” to experimental rock with Radiohead’s “Weird Fishes” with charged visual imagery, offering an elixir for societal malaise.
Moon Medicin is a multimedia concept band performing original compositions interspersed with re-imagined covers. The collective performs against a backdrop of curated sound effects and images of sci-fi, punk, sacred geometry, coded symbology, film noir, minstrels, world politics, and ceremonial dance. Renowned visual artist Sanford Biggers is the creative director joined by a rotating cast of musicians, designers, and performance artists.