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House of Waters (GroundUP) "In today's world, there are no boundaries."
Max ZT is trying to explain House of Waters, a nearly impossible-to-define trio that incorporates elements of Afrobeat, jazz, psychedelic, indie rock, classical and world music-as well as a 100+ string instrument that probably 99% of the mainstream music world has never experienced. Add in a strong spiritual and philosophical undertone, as well as musical and cultural influences that stretch from India and Senegal through Ireland and the heart of New York City, and you have, as one critic noted, "The most original band on the planet." Five years after their groundbreaking Revolution, House of Waters now returns with its eponymous follow-up. Alongside the eight-string bass of Moto Fukushima, the album features percussionist and n'goni player Luke Notary, virtuosic cellist Dave Eggar, flautist Sam Sadigursky and the singer Priya Darshini.
House of Waters set for BAM Cafe / Brooklyn Paper
Five years after their groundbreaking Revolution album, House of Waters returned recently with with its eponymous follow-up on Universal Music. The instrumental trio that combines elements of Irish folk, South American rhythms, and American indie rock will play selections from the album at the BAM Cafe on April 28. The hammered dulcimer player for House of Waters says that the self-titled album marks a n...
House of Waters set for PA's Hawley Silk Mill / The News Eagle
On Saturday, December 10 at 8 p.m., Harmony Presents will showcase House of Waters, a West-African, jazz, classical and world music trio at Hawley Silk Mill. "We've been trying to bring this incredible duo since our start almost five years ago and we're so thrilled to have finally found a date. House of Waters' music is both complex and easy to enjoy, a musical exploration that invites listeners to open ...