No strangers to the road, festival and jam scene, moe. is in the midst of a winter tour supporting the just-released album, "What Happened to the LaLas" -- their first effort since 2008 and their first in nearly a decade not on their own indie label Fatboy Records (the band opted for Americana/bluegrass label Sugar Hill). "LaLas" also marks the first time the band has worked with an outside producer, John Travis (who has worked with Kid Rock, Social Distortion and No Doubt among others), since 1998. The majority of the new album's 10 tracks have been performed live for fans in recent years, but have never made it onto a studio album.
The upstate New York rockers found time for a stop at the KDHX studios before their February gig at the Pageant and provided a taste of their signature psychedelic jam sound before heading off to Europe in March.