Hundred Waters :: Preview

What better way to perk up your wet Vancouver Wednesday? Come melt n’ moan to the spiced musical skills of Hundred Waters.

This is electronic folk at its finest. Perhaps best described as a hybrid of Joni Mitchell’s tragic honey tones, the emotional thirst of Björk’s scaling sagas, and a sprig of Little Dragon’s sassy sass, all the while being blushingly coy.

This music is brave in its tenderness, slippery yet sharp, grounded in its etherealness. It takes you higher.

This music is like coconut oil; melts in your palms, makes everything better. You can cook with it, slow dance in the kitchen while onions burn your eyes. You can use it for massages, gets you slippery and relaxed, lick it off your fingertips, make sweet, sweet love with it.

This music is liquefied and delicious. Come see for yourself.

When? Wednesday, February 18, 2015.

Where? At the Electric Owl doors at 8 p.m.: show at 9:30. It’s sure to be a hoot. With special guests Moses Sumney.

Tickets are available online for presale, $15 (plus applicable sales tax)

also available at Red Cat and Zulu Records.

Hundred Waters is a 4-piece band from Gainesville, Florida; composed of Nicole Miglis (vocals, piano, cutest flautists), Trayer Tryon (production, electronics, bass), Paul Giese (electronics, guitar), & Zach Tetreault (drums, percussion, trumpet). On tour supporting their latest album “The Moon Rang Like A Bell.”

Come out for a mid-week treat. Come melt away your winter chills.


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