Thu Apr 16 2020

8:00 PM Doors

The Magic Bag

22920 Woodward Avenue Ferndale, MI 48220

$30.00

Ages 18+

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When drummer Brian Profilio was working on the linoleum cut that would eventually become the artwork for The Budos Band’s first new album in five years, he had a particular mood in mind. “I wanted it to just look super raw, like kind of a primitive feel to it,” he says. But the mountain that he settled on for the cover for Budos Band V, the follow-up to 2014’s Burnt Offering, is more than just a striking image; it’s a reminder of the challenges the band rose to and the peaks and valleys of its sonic journey. Fans familiar with the band's thunderous instrumentals will hear touches of Burnt Offering's heavier rock influence throughout Budos Band V's 10 tracks, whether it's on the hard hitting, cinematic album opener "Old Engine Oil" or the trippy "Maelstrom," but as baritone sax player Jared Tankel notes, the classic Budos sound from their first three records is ever-present here as well. "On Burnt Offering, we really were trying to push the envelope in terms of getting a much more raw and rock sort of sound," he says. "I think for this one we were able to refine that a little bit. We staked our ground in terms of making a rock record, and so with the fifth album, we knew how to do that and we were able to refine that and dial it back a little bit in some ways to make this album a really good combination of that rock sound of Burnt Offering but with the contours of Budos albums I through III as part of it." Guitar player/producer Tom Brenneck says Budos Band V feels like the truest representation of the band. "It has that rock element of Burnt Offering but we have less of something to prove," he says. "We can just make the record that we want to make and without jamming down people's throats like 'we're not an Afrobeat band anymore,' you know? We didn't have to do any of that. The record has the rock and roll element, but it also has songs that could have found themselves on the first three Budos records, and that to me is what the band is." Part of that harmonious blend stems from the collaboration between Brenneck and Daptone co-founder Gabe Roth, who produced the band's first three records, on the mixing of Budos Band V—a process that brought some solace after the recent tragedy endured by the Daptone family. "First thing I did when I moved to California was mix Budos V with Gabe in Riverside," Brenneck says. "And it was amazing because I found comfort in working with Gabe again. Me and Gabe had suffered tremendous loss in the past two years. We all lost Charles Bradley, we all lost Sharon Jones, so when I went to California with this Budos record to mix with Gabe, to me it was a really good place to be psychologically as far as dealing with grief." The new album caps off a transitional period for the Budos: Brenneck and Tankel both moved to California between Burnt Offering and Budos Band V, and becoming a bicoastal band forced the group to make some changes to their process now that their weekly Thursday night writing sessions were no longer feasible. With many of the group's members "pretty well into fatherhood," as Brenneck puts it, coordinating everyone's schedules became tricky. "The first four records, we were all living in the same city, and we wrote all the songs before we recorded them,"Profilio says. "We'd road-test them, just play a couple shows with them and see how they were, maybe make some adjustments and some tweaks and then go into the studio and record them. So now we didn't have a platform to write songs or road-test the songs the way we used to." Working with limited time together led to a new writing and recording process that Tankel says is "certainly more deliberate or more structured than it has been in the past," but ultimately, he says, Budos Band V is an affirmation of the band's staying power.

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The Magic Bag

The Budos Band

Thu Apr 16 2020 8:00 PM Doors

The Magic Bag Ferndale MI
The Budos Band

$30.00 Ages 18+

When drummer Brian Profilio was working on the linoleum cut that would eventually become the artwork for The Budos Band’s first new album in five years, he had a particular mood in mind. “I wanted it to just look super raw, like kind of a primitive feel to it,” he says. But the mountain that he settled on for the cover for Budos Band V, the follow-up to 2014’s Burnt Offering, is more than just a striking image; it’s a reminder of the challenges the band rose to and the peaks and valleys of its sonic journey. Fans familiar with the band's thunderous instrumentals will hear touches of Burnt Offering's heavier rock influence throughout Budos Band V's 10 tracks, whether it's on the hard hitting, cinematic album opener "Old Engine Oil" or the trippy "Maelstrom," but as baritone sax player Jared Tankel notes, the classic Budos sound from their first three records is ever-present here as well. "On Burnt Offering, we really were trying to push the envelope in terms of getting a much more raw and rock sort of sound," he says. "I think for this one we were able to refine that a little bit. We staked our ground in terms of making a rock record, and so with the fifth album, we knew how to do that and we were able to refine that and dial it back a little bit in some ways to make this album a really good combination of that rock sound of Burnt Offering but with the contours of Budos albums I through III as part of it." Guitar player/producer Tom Brenneck says Budos Band V feels like the truest representation of the band. "It has that rock element of Burnt Offering but we have less of something to prove," he says. "We can just make the record that we want to make and without jamming down people's throats like 'we're not an Afrobeat band anymore,' you know? We didn't have to do any of that. The record has the rock and roll element, but it also has songs that could have found themselves on the first three Budos records, and that to me is what the band is." Part of that harmonious blend stems from the collaboration between Brenneck and Daptone co-founder Gabe Roth, who produced the band's first three records, on the mixing of Budos Band V—a process that brought some solace after the recent tragedy endured by the Daptone family. "First thing I did when I moved to California was mix Budos V with Gabe in Riverside," Brenneck says. "And it was amazing because I found comfort in working with Gabe again. Me and Gabe had suffered tremendous loss in the past two years. We all lost Charles Bradley, we all lost Sharon Jones, so when I went to California with this Budos record to mix with Gabe, to me it was a really good place to be psychologically as far as dealing with grief." The new album caps off a transitional period for the Budos: Brenneck and Tankel both moved to California between Burnt Offering and Budos Band V, and becoming a bicoastal band forced the group to make some changes to their process now that their weekly Thursday night writing sessions were no longer feasible. With many of the group's members "pretty well into fatherhood," as Brenneck puts it, coordinating everyone's schedules became tricky. "The first four records, we were all living in the same city, and we wrote all the songs before we recorded them,"Profilio says. "We'd road-test them, just play a couple shows with them and see how they were, maybe make some adjustments and some tweaks and then go into the studio and record them. So now we didn't have a platform to write songs or road-test the songs the way we used to." Working with limited time together led to a new writing and recording process that Tankel says is "certainly more deliberate or more structured than it has been in the past," but ultimately, he says, Budos Band V is an affirmation of the band's staying power.
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This event is 18 and over. Any Ticket holder unable to present valid identification indicating that they are at least 18 years of age will not be admitted to this event, and will not be eligible for a refund. All shows are General Admission & any seating is available on a First Come, First Served basis.
You will need your Valid Picture ID to be admitted & to claim Will Call Tickets.
Will Call Tickets are like an eTicket; there will be no physical tickets issued. Your name will be on the Will Call List at the door & can be claimed at the door when the doors open the day of the event, per the door time listed.
Please refer to the event listing for any age restrictions.
Included in your fee is a 2.75% credit card processing fee.