Hundred Waters

PopGun Presents

Hundred Waters

North Highlands (Final Show!), Vensaire, Visual Installation by Church of Holy Colors

May 08

Doors: 8:30 pm / Show: 8:30 pm


Tickets Available at the Door

This event is 21 and over

Hundred Waters
Hundred Waters
The quartet’s members Nicole Miglis, Trayer Tryon, Paul Giese & Zach Tetreault played together in various formations as far back as middle school, but it took until adulthood and 2012 for them to become Hundred Waters. Living under one roof meant the band had a communal mentality, yet each maintained their own distinct projects, borrowing here and there from each other. It was in interpreting a friends’ music together that they discovered the power of their combination, and they quickly fell to work reorienting their lives around an album. The music they found was a beautiful blend of contradictions, mournful yet colorful, introverted yet aware, and brought the tradition of songwriting to a strange future. Initially released by their local label Elestial Sound, their self-titled debut soon became seen as the sound of Florida, drawing loose comparisons to Stereolab, Four Tet, and Bjork. Soon it attracted the most unlikely of label bosses, Skrillex, who signed the band to his OWSLA label that same year and gave the album a full-scale release, with remixes by Araab Muzik, Star Slinger, and TokiMonsta. Since then the band has taken its live show around the world, touring with artists such as Grimes, Julia Holter, Alt-J & the XX.
North Highlands (Final Show!)
North Highlands (Final Show!)
North Highlands is Brenda Malvini, Mike Barron, Daniel Stewart, Jasper Berg, and Andy Kasperbauer. They make music in Brooklyn, NY.

RIYL: friends, bbqs, summer
Vensaire is kind of like Animal Collective on acid, it's really catchy but dreamy and trippy at the same time. The boys in the band are a good looking bunch and put on a great show (when they aren't too wasted). They are brand-spanking new, so talk about this band at a party and reach uber-hipness. - Guest of a Guest
Venue Information:
Glasslands Gallery
289 Kent Avenue
Brooklyn, NY, 11249