Petsch Moser

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Petsch Moser
Origin Lower Austria
Genres Indie rock
Years active 1995–present
Labels Wohnzimmer Records, Masterplan
Website www.petschmoser.com
Members Piotr Szwarczewski
Christian Stangl
Lukas Filipek
Martin Knobloch
Lukas Müller
Past members Andreas Remenyi

Petsch Moser is an indie rock band from Vienna, Austria. They took their rather unusual name from Swiss skier Petsch Moser, who gave his consent to the use of his name. 2005 the band was nominated for the Amadeus Austrian Music Award.

History[edit]

Founded 1995 in Lower Austria, the band soon relocated to Vienna, where the scene for indie rock music was growing at that time. Especially Austrian radio channel FM4 contributed to their success with playing the group's songs regularly. Most of the songs are written in German, but some older ones are in English as well. After Andreas Remenyi (vocals, guitar) left the band in 2006, the band tours as a five-piece with Lukas Müller on keyboards and Martin Knobloch on bass.[1]

Discography[edit]

  • 1999 - Bitte Sweet Me
  • 2002 - Von Städten und Bäumen
  • 2004 - Die Stellen
  • 2004 - Vinyl: Hinter Glas inkl. Remixe (Masterplan Records)
  • 2005 - DVD: A Night At The Flex
  • 2006 - Reforma
  • 2010 - Johnny

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Notes[edit]

  1. ^ de:Petsch Moser