White Belt Is Not Enough
' ... one of the year's best records ... a collision of noise and attractive melody that's all too rare.' - NEW CITY, Chicago ' .... The group's eccentricity shows a devotion to craft that would drive most other artists insane.' - THE ONION ' .... The White Belt is a visceral album of rattle and reverb coated in wood-grained analog finish. It's unadulterated album rock.' - PITTSBURGH CITY PAPER '.... [MOGGS] seem diametrically opposed to anything resembling selling out. They are a band with a strong vision who possess artistic integrity in the truest sense.' - SYNTHESIS 'The White Belt is Not Enough is a dark gem .... Loose and dangerous, it crackles and sparks like fireworks.' - COPPER PRESS '....this is an immaculate record. .... In a musical era of reflexive irony .... there's something deeply gratifying about encountering a band who just do their own thing' - PUSHBY '[MOGGS] have crafted an amazing album not to be ignored. ....this band is focused on their own style, their own timing, and precision, which can be heard throughout this album' - THE CRUTCH 'a striking work' - MESH 'MOGGS, with their purist ideal of music and perfectionist obsession, search for something more.' - SCOOP, New Zealand "Besides being in contention for best album title of the year, Moggs' The White Belt Is Not Enough is a promising debut that alternates between angular rhythmic notches and stretches of muted and lingering noise ..." - ALL MUSIC GUIDE 'Take two conceptually minded, seasoned musicians with eclectic audio and visual backgrounds, shower them with a miraculous collection of instruments ..., put them in a house with two giant dogs, a cat, a kitchen full of organic foods, and MOGGS will grow, Naturally.' - BAY AREA BUZZ 'To many of us in the Bay Area, Moggs have been one of the greatest local bands to grace a stage ... if you can catch them. Irregular shows and no product to rely on meant that a live performance by them was your only chance for hearing their angular-yet beautiful sounds, and it was like striking gold - better jump on it because you never know when it might happen again.' - PLAYING IN FOG '.... The bare, unapologetic sum of Sir Plus' guitar, Miss Minor's drums, and MOGGS' understated vocals are enough to make any scenester take a break from chanting his area code long enough to get freaky.' - ADVANCED ALTERNATIVE MEDIA 'The duo is so analog-fixated that they went all the way to London's Abbey Road studios, the Mecca of anachronistic recording devices, to make sure The White Belt was as pristine as possible; digitally unsullied, that is.' - SPIN.