Electronic Press Kit


Mosey Beat is a progressive funk rock group bringing high energy dance grooves, mellow waves, and classic rock and roll to create a new fusion of sound.


The New Jersey-based power trio has gained momentum since 2012 in the Northeast PA area with their unique live show and improvised jams. Mosey Beat draws a diverse amount of influence from bands such as Umphrey’s McGee, Lettuce, Dopapod, The Police, Snarky Puppy, and Weather Report. The band has a passion for making original music and composing jams in real time. They show prowess and are not afraid of breaking the mold when it comes to their songs.


Mosey Beat’s mission is to allow for every moment to be enjoyed with passion while keeping the groove steady, words heavy and the good vibes plenty. Their newest studio adventure allowed for the recording of "Day Moon". Available on all major streaming platforms.

The trio displays their ability to take influence from bands such as Umphrey’s McGee and make it their own with stand-out tracks like “Slow Easy Rise”, “Twisted Spirals”, and “Mouthful”.

"Are they funk? Prog rock? Jam band? The answer is all of the above. (Trust me, that's a good thing.) Phillipsburg's Mosey Beat will have you moving, grooving and shaking your moneymaker in 60 seconds or less."

"...showcased fluid musicianship and improvisational prowess, with bassist Dave Abraham estimating that approximately 75% of their live performances are made up on the fly. To the listener, however, everything seems well-rehearsed, making this groovy foursome even more impressive."

Photography: Chris Hagenbuch, Cannon Wagner, Rachel Peri, Ray Fredericks
Video: Chris Hagenbuch, Cannon Wagner