Formed by Dedric and Delaney Moore, the brothers took their dream of Italian Cinema soundtracks, 60's Bollywood, and Pink Floyd and stirred in a mixture of space-rock, dub, electronica and psychedelica to create the sound of Monta At Odds. Previously known as Monta on the world-wide acclaimed Unsuspecting album, the name was expanded along with the band members. Next followed Gringo as their homage to western-influenced Italian Cinema. In 2009, Outono was released on limited edition clear vinyl to great acclaim. Next followed Fuoco Infernale (translation Hellfire) released world-wide on Upstairs Recordings in 2010 and then the expanded edition of Unsuspecting on Upstairs this past summer. Monta At Odds' seven-piece ensemble has shared the stage with greats like The Flaming Lips, Shiny Toy Guns, Larkin Grimm, Scout Niblett, Our Brother The Native, Cave, The Roman Numerals, and The Octopus Project. Monta At Odds have had their music in several feature films, short films and television adverts. Monta At Odds are currently working with nationally-respected visual artist Barry Anderson to compose music for his art installation project showing in Los Angeles at the end of summer.