I love bands who manage to combine the sound of the past with something of the here and now. It shows they are happy to learn from what has gone before, which is always a good trait. But the ability to update and reimagine those past sonics and mix them with more contemporary sounds and more modern styles shows that they are no mere plagiarists or plunderers. Mirrors On The Moon is a band that displays this ability perfectly, and Whiskey & Wine, their debut EP, walks that perfect line between what was, what is, and what might yet be….

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