About Ancient Harmony
Imagine if you will, a full chamber orchestra on acid~this is the melodic fortitude and power of Ancient Harmony. Leading the southeast’s rock revival into the 21st century, Ancient Harmony is a 4-piece powerhouse from Albany, GA. Tearing up the southeast with a muddy river of rock, funk, and jazz laced psychedelic grooves, their energy and technical prowess is creating waves and white crested, at that. They create cosmic peaks and funky valleys in music. It is a lyrical and harmonious cycle that parallels the earth’s seasons: a celebration of life through the hot sweaty summers into the everchanging fall, through the dark harshness of a cold bleak winter, and a blossoming eruption of life through earth in spring’s rebirth. It is natural born sonic evolution and its rock and roll. And just when you think the pinnacle is reached, the flames rise ever higher. Ancient Harmony have found swampy southern soul in the psychedelic cosmos above, ever expanding and contracting, a constant battlefield of tension and release. The music latches onto your insides, reaches your spirit, electrifies your senses, and when the tension releases, it overloads the mind and leaves you with blown circuits and a smile from ear to ear. Once the music takes you under, you’ll only want to drag others down with you. Give in to the timeless and powerful musical whirlpool that is ANCIENT HARMONY.
Holly Bowling talks “The Art Of The Setlist” after “The Rundown” of recent news stories on Episode 48 of ‘The JamBase Podcast.’
Phish guitarist Trey Anastasio nodded to the upcoming Oysterhead reunion by unveiling the acoustic version of “Mr. Oysterhead” on Wednesday night in Dayton, Ohio.
Bon Iver’s recent stop at Boston’s TD Garden is reviewed by Andrew Bruss alongside photos by Graham Tolbert.
David Crosby sat-in with Steely Dan for the second night in a row on Wednesday at the Beacon Theatre in New York City.
Listen to “Hyperlife” and “Uneventful Days,” two singles from the upcoming new Beck album ‘Hyperspace.’