The Japan Times: Muddy Apes’ style of rock knows no borders

When looking at the pedigree of rock quartet Muddy Apes, it’s hard not to mention the term “supergroup.” After all, the band’s members — which consist of bassist Taka Hirose of British rock act Feeder, guitarist Kiyonobu “Inoran” Inoue of Japanese arena-rock band Luna Sea, vocalist Masaki “Maeson” Maenosono of Japanese rock group 8otto, and Feeder supporting guitarist Dean Tidey — are all established and successful musicians, albeit in different scenes, genres and countries. But for the musicians themselves, it’s just about getting together with a couple of friends and making music.

Continue reading: https://www.japantimes.co.jp/culture/2016/07/03/music/muddy-apes-style-rock-knows-no-borders/

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