Come celebrate the release of Grumblewood's debut album 'Stories of Strangers'. An evening of flute, frets, and folk, with a bit of baroque, a bit of jazz, and a lot of rock.
Grumblewood is a quartet that hails from from Wellington and Kāpiti. Inspired by the electric folk and progressive rock movements of the early 70s, their music features flamboyant flute-work, creative fret-work, melodic grooves, and evocative tales of fortune and fable, daring and demise.
Signed to UK progressive rock label Gravity Dream, 'Stories of Strangers' was recorded, mixed, and mastered using only vintage analogue equipment and production techniques for that authentic early 70s sound.
Bookings can be made by email to firstname.lastname@example.org or phone (04) 477 0069. Doors open at 7:20pm for those who have booked and door sales from 7:50pm.
The album will be on sale as will beer, wine, and beverages. Cash only, there is an ATM nearby on Jackson St.