Rhythm Hunters at Wauchope Arts Friday September 22

The Rhythm Hunters are coming to Wauchope Arts.
The Rhythm Hunters are coming to Wauchope Arts.

A dynamite force in world roots music, The Rhythm Hunters are coming to Wauchope Arts.

Adored for their frenetic drum choreographies and infectious dance grooves, The Rhythm Hunters bring cutting edge physical percussion, western horns, Asian flute, deep grooves and electro beats.

They’re one of Australia’s most exciting and fast growing popular live acts.

Their ground-breaking new world album brings together 10 years of the raw, love infused contemporary tribal sound of Rhythm Hunters.

The sound, heavily informed by Indonesian music comes together in a way that honours those roots, yet also launches forward into a world of no boundaries, where cultures and eras blend, meet, talk and ultimately become one.

The album title, It’s Always the Same, Till it’s Different… is a bit of a motto within the band - each piece of music is always on the chopping board for innovation and change.

Check them out on www.therhythmhunters.com

They’ll be supported by local band, Stix nStonz.

Local band Stix n Stonz.

Local band Stix n Stonz.

Stix n Stonz is a three-piece percussion ensemble based in the Hastings. The musicians, Michael Eddie, Gianna Douglas and Geri Doyle add vocals to an interesting mix of djembe, congas, bougarabou, bells, shekeres, ukulele and dun duns.

They will have your toes tapping with their compelling new slant on African and Middle-Eastern grooves."

The concert is on Friday September 22 at Wauchope Community Arts Hall beside Bain Park.

Doors open at 7.30pm, tickets $25 or $20 for members.


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