Thank you to …

Jack Challoner for making our time capsule. 

Keith Hufton for helping with technology – recording old tech to new tech.

Angela Last – Motto Motto label, and promotion of website.

Everything Is Music – Ben Price for supporting the Bristol music scene.

Resonance FM – For supporting eclectic music.

Some of the people who were close to us and supported us hugely at the time of Mooz included: 

ALL Bristol musicians at the time who we gigged with, spent time with, supported each other, etc. 

Dee Jarlett (Amy’s mum) – from the start, we used Gasworks Studio for practising which was an amazing space for us. 

Mark Hufton for supporting us throughout, helping out with driving, lugging gear, dj’ing (as Mark Sussman) and general all-round support.

All of Big Joan, especially Simon Jarvis and Adam Burrows setting up ‘Choke‘ magazine, promoting nights, supporting bands on the scene, and releasing our 2nd album under ‘Blood Red Sounds’ label.   

Richard Whitehead thanks for all your support. Sir Beans OBE for his support and friendship. Jane Ballantyne for friendship and Saxophone playing in early days of Mooz.

Jesse, Morning Star promoting local band nights, setting up tour with a group of Bristol musicians and bands to Greece/Thesolinka. 

Neil Newt our guitar muse.  Paul Bradley – guitar and musical inspiration.

Ben Shillabeer, Sink & Stove Record label signing a group of local bands, releasing our first album and showcasing music through promoting local events.   

The Cube and all who worked there, promoting nights and festival supporting women in music (Lady Fest) – in particular Lady Lucy for her designs and David Hopkinson for his constant creative endeavours.

Mijanou Blech – Making our original website; supporting us within the Bristol scene; Filming a video for song M32 with Mij for a media project, also David Hopkinson from the Cube as our main character ‘Bod’ in the video.   

Gallit Shaltiel, friend of Jess’ taking regular photo shoots, many photos of which were used by us and Venue magazine.

Ian Nichols took many Bristol band photos at the time and gave us some great close-up live gig photos. 

Local radio including Star FM DJs Richard Pitt and Gary Smith, supporting us with interview and live sessions including ‘Bristol Introducing’. 

Radio 3’s ‘Mixing It’ for live radio gig at Edinburgh Fringe with Skelf (aka Howie B).

Star FM DJs also introduced us to John Waterhouse, lead engineer at Christchurch Studios and invited us to record and be filmed by the students for their film/sound project. This led to us recording our two albums with John. 

Roni Size – saw us play at Glastonbury 1999 and invited us to record our song ‘Grit’ in his studio. He remixed the song and we released it on our first demo. 

Stef Hambrook for recording our last gig at The Croft, 03.09.2003 and Joe Jarlett for mixing two songs from this gig for My Property CD.

Music writers, listings and reviews in Bristol’s then magazine Venue (Cris Warren), Evening Post (Mark Taylor), Synergy magazine, Planet Easton (local paper), Decode magazine, Careless Talk Costs Lives, and others.  

Bristol Venues and promoters who supported local music/musicians and gave us a platform to perform including The Louisiana, The Cube Cinema, The Fleece & Firkin, The Thekla, The Trinity Centre, St Werburghs City Farm Festival, Bristol Community Festival, The Folk House.

Festivals and venues that gave us a chance to play outside of Bristol – Glastonbury Festival’s Green Futures Field, Bandstand and Avalon Stage, The Bongo Club at Edinburgh Fringe, Sheep Music, Truck Festival, London venues – The Windmill, Bull & Gate.

Weston College and staff for sparking our existence and guiding us through our music technology college experience. Special thanks to Clive Hughes for inspiring and supporting us.

All musicians who played on our first album: ‘Seesaw’ – Saw player (Peter Nicholas); ‘S.I.’ – Flugel (Pete Judge), Saxaphone harmonics (Andy Sheppard), backing vocals (John Waterhouse and Steve Webb); ‘Pepperpot’ – clapping (Ian Humphreys). 

Johnny Sinclair for Bongo Club video, Edinburgh Festival, August 2000.

All our families and friends for supporting us throughout our time together and all supporters of Mooz.

And many more…