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SOL Vibes presents The Undergrowth Takeover

  • Sol Bar at New Mountain AVL (map)

The Undergrowth is back for another special installment of SOL Vibes. This time, catch Murkel, Midnight Willo, I: Tony Mozz :I and Water Bear at SOL Bar New Mountain AVL on July 15th.

Doors + Music at 9pm // Ages 21+ // FREE

:: Murkel ::
Nick Miller, "MURKEL", is a producer / DJ out of Raleigh, NC. Nick began his love for electronic music at an early age, thanks to his older siblings fascination of the late 90's and early 2000's music from the "RAVE" community. Fast forward to now, 2015, MURKEL has just released his first tunes and has joined such artists as Buku, Cyberoptics, DMNDZ, Kicks n Licks, Leah Culver (formerly MK Ultra), Liminal, Riven, Sirens Ceol, and ZAXX on stage. Performing at Imagine Music Festival in Atlanta, GA this year, MURKEL hopes to continue pleasing listeners and reaching larger audiences by blending styles of Dubstep, Future Bass, House, and Hybrid genres into a unique set of sounds. Be on the look out for more projects from Nick and more music from MURKEL.

:: Midnight Willo ::
Bridging the worlds of organic sound and digital synthesis, Midnight Willo’s melody-­driven soundscapes intertwine audio production with live instrumental improvisation. Genre influences include jazz, dub, pop, electronic, and experimental.

:: Tony Mozz ::
|: TONY MOZZ :| (born Anthony Mosiello) is an Asheville-based live looping artist that incorporates slapface rhythm, screaming saxophone, and howling synthesizers to create massive arrangements that transcend the usual solo sound.

Originally a funk bassist in Florida, Tony started the saxophonic live looping project in 2014 as a crude attempt to break the monotony of the local music scene. With a distinct blend of original music, covers in his signature style, and the fact that it’s heavily improvised, you won’t be able to look away. For reasons that you’ll soon discover.

:: Water Bear ::
Songwriters Carly Taich, Meryll Davis, and Zach Kardon created Water Bear as an ode to an unclassifiable creature. Their blend of writing styles and unordinary instrumentation (vibraphone, synthesizer, guitars and three-part harmonies) lend to a raw and drawing sound that can survive in space and water.