No, Spotify. No.
It doesn’t matter if a cave has been in darkness for 10,000 years or half an hour, once you light a match it is illuminated.
Sam Bush & David Grisman Sea Breeze
Jazzgrass soothes my soul, terrible cover art and all.
Can live music be spiritually invigorating? It may sound heavy-handed, but it’s something The Nadis Warriors strive to accomplish with each show. The Austin-based psychedelic jam outfit joins forces with Jacksonville natives and Pensacola favorite S.P.O.R.E. to present a fresh, palette-cleansing take on electronic music on the sands of Pensacola Beach. Here, guitarist Jared Ingebretson talks about his initial attraction to the electronic world and the unique worldview his band promotes.
"It takes most bands years to gain traction with the public. This is not the case for Fitz & the Tantrums. Within a week of meeting, they were playing their first gig. By their 10th show, they were in front of 8,000 people at the legendary Red Rocks Amphitheater. Keyboard player Jeremy Ruzumna tells the story of the band’s fortuitous meeting, its rocket ride to relative stardom, and having the gall to sonically branch off from a debut album that was so successful."