Mobius - The Stig appears on 'Outlaws In Charge', distributed by Black Hole Distribution.
Right below the calm waterline lurks the current, waiting for its chance. You enjoy the silent horizon, feeling the inevitable change. Panta rhei, everything flows - but not yet. Tension and relaxation incessantly fight for the forefront in the music of Mobius. You will be rewarded, but you will have to do something for it.
Making music is story telling. This is all the more true for Mobius. In the muggy basement of an old water tower the four musicians regularly hide away. It is there where they find the stories they tell each other with their instruments - sometimes tenderly and at times vehemently. Now and then it can be a song and every so often it can be a true landscape. But it is always Mobius.
In the early spring of 2013, as these things go, the band members met each other coincidentally through friends from friends. They felt a vibe right away. Each of them had already played in various bands for years; no longer wet behind their ears, but clearly on a quest for something new, an adventure. For Mobius, songs are not an absolute given, but the starting point of a journey. Together they hit that road, roam around freely and come back home. On stage they take up that challenge as well, turning every performance into a unique experience.
Mobius sports a sound that runs off with you, that takes you by the hand. Under water and back to the surface again, up and down. Desire makes you breathe faster and you gasp for air. At the same time. The music of Mobius is a companion on a long road trip, but it can also grab you by the throat in a packed to the rim concert hall. It is alt.pop and alt.rock, but not necessarily in that order. So avoid a fast judgment, because you know what they say about silent waters.