House of Waters, The Barbarossa Brothers, Karisa Wilson

Fri Jun 15 2018

9:00 PM (Doors 8:00 PM)

Tip Top Deluxe Bar & Grill

760 Butterworth St SW Grand Rapids, MI 49504

Ages 21+

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“In today's world, there are no musical boundaries,” says Max ZT of ‘House of Waters,’ a trio that makes those words come alive as they incorporate elements of West-African, jazz, psychedelic, indie rock, classical and world music into their astonishingly unique sound. Five years after their groundbreaking Revolution, House of Waters now returns with its eponymous follow-up. The album features Max on hammered dulcimer, Moto Fukushima on six-string bass and percussionist Luke Notary - Though now the band tours with Argentinian-born Ignacio Rivas-Bixio! The album also features virtuosic cellist Dave Eggar, flautist Sam Sadigursky and the singer Priya Darshini. “Our music is a constant melting pot, which is so relevant to now,” says Max. “It’s like that last D’Angelo record or Kendrick’s Butterfly...you know, that wasn’t just rap, or hip-hop, or jazz, or soul, but it had all of that. It’s an amorphous thing. It’s how the future is going to be.” Moto agrees: “We always just say what we do is ‘good music.’ If I need to say something to someone who's never heard of us, I just say, ‘Please come to our show!"

House of Waters wsg The Barbarossa Brothers and Karisa Wilson

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  • House of Waters

    House of Waters

    Modern Creative

  • The Barbarossa Brothers

    The Barbarossa Brothers

    Pop

  • Karisa Wilson

    Karisa Wilson

    Alternative Rock

House of Waters wsg The Barbarossa Brothers and Karisa Wilson

Fri Jun 15 2018 9:00 PM

(Doors 8:00 PM)

Tip Top Deluxe Bar & Grill Grand Rapids MI
House of Waters, The Barbarossa Brothers, Karisa Wilson
  • Sorry, you missed this event.
  • Check out other similar events on TicketWeb.

Ages 21+

“In today's world, there are no musical boundaries,” says Max ZT of ‘House of Waters,’ a trio that makes those words come alive as they incorporate elements of West-African, jazz, psychedelic, indie rock, classical and world music into their astonishingly unique sound. Five years after their groundbreaking Revolution, House of Waters now returns with its eponymous follow-up. The album features Max on hammered dulcimer, Moto Fukushima on six-string bass and percussionist Luke Notary - Though now the band tours with Argentinian-born Ignacio Rivas-Bixio! The album also features virtuosic cellist Dave Eggar, flautist Sam Sadigursky and the singer Priya Darshini. “Our music is a constant melting pot, which is so relevant to now,” says Max. “It’s like that last D’Angelo record or Kendrick’s Butterfly...you know, that wasn’t just rap, or hip-hop, or jazz, or soul, but it had all of that. It’s an amorphous thing. It’s how the future is going to be.” Moto agrees: “We always just say what we do is ‘good music.’ If I need to say something to someone who's never heard of us, I just say, ‘Please come to our show!"