Fresh from Woodford Folk Festival, The Imprints are bringing their high-energy blend of dance and world music to audiences down the East Coast of Australia.
Armed with a violin, synth and various FX pedals, Willow Stahlut creates deep sub base lines and weaves a melodic tapestry which is complemented by Linden Lester's visceral energetic approach to the drums. Their kaleidoscopic sound and use of layering has festival crowds buzzing.
Playing together for six years, the duo has honed their signature sound, a kaleidoscopic burst of otherworldly dance music, created with live looping and sampling every time they perform. Their use of layering and build-ups to intensify the hefty bass drop has festival crowds buzzing.
Inspired musically by their travels around the world The Imprints draw inspiration from the traditional music of Africa, India and Eastern Europe as well as reggae, dub and various electronic music styles.
‘So undeniably distinctive, creative and experimental, their music reaches far beyond the scope of multi-genre, it is multi-dimensional.’ Mojo Junction
This is definitely a gig for the young folk as well as the Wauchope Arts crowd interested in world music inspired by African, Indian and Eastern European styles.
Local support: Stix-n-Stonz - a 3-piece percussion ensemble (Michael Eddie, Gianna Douglas and Geri Doyle)
Tickets online at www.trybooking.com/ZYYC or at the door from 7.30pm.