After jumping to the Too Pure label, the group resurfaced later in 1992 with the Secondhand Clothes EP, followed shortly by the Beautiful Pigeon. The full-length Eva Luna, a brilliant collision of breakbeats and guitar noise drawing influence from disparate sources ranging from dub to Krautrock to hip-hop, brought their prolific year to a close.
After the 1993 EP Big Good Angel, Fiedler -- who shared vocal and songwriting duties with Callahan -- and Frenett quit to form Laika. Adding new bassist Matt Brewer and saxophonist Raymond M. Dickaty, Moonshake recorded 1995's The Sound Your Eyes Can Follow, a radical departure from previous efforts which almost completely eliminated guitars in favor of a vast palette of samples. After 1996's Dirty & Divine, Callahan relocated from London to New York, a move which hastened Moonshake's mid-1997 break-up. ~ Jason Ankeny, Rovi