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Noisewater

Ladies and gentleman take a look at these band members closely. Do you see what I see? I see four kids likely to get carded just to get in a bar, let alone be the main event there. I see four youths with budding talent and serious ambition. I see a quintet of youthful exuberance and bold ambition. I know it’s only rock n roll...but I like it.
I don’t just like it, I love it! Noyeswater has moved up my list of favorite local bands to the top 4. Mainly because Noyeswater has one of the freshest sounds out there. They color their energy with a bright 2007 hue. That’s a rare thing. Most bands definitely have a dated set list. Even if they play incredibly well the talent is masked with the re-run répétiteur so familiar to us all.
Not Noyeswater. Freshness is the one thing every local band I dig has in common. Same with doughnuts, veggies
and great beer. Noyeswater’s sound is as fresh as a prom queens thigh, and just as enticing (well almost anyway).
It’s no wonder they have a 2007 sound, they are just barely old enough to remember the 90’s. The
Bass player is still in high school! So were the Beatles.
The band covers a wide variety of music. They even play classics but they play them so they don’t sound like classics. They jam tunes from the 70’s and 80’s from bands like The Grateful Dead and Pink Floyd mixed right in with Sublime and Gnarls Barkley. Picture Jerry Garcia, Flea, Bob Marley and Paul Simon forming a band ( I know two are dead but I said picture). That picture would prepare you for your Noyeswater experience.
If your feeling like getting funked up at a fun funkadelic rock n roll show, get to the gig.

 

 

 

 

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