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Michigan native GRiZ will show off two different sides of his musicality over the course of two nights at the end of 2017.
Future-funk act GRiZ has announced a series of fall dates with the promise of more to come.
Another set of guests scheduled to join Soulive at Brooklyn Bowl during a June residency have been revealed.
Check out photos and videos from GRiZ’s recent visit to Terminal 5 in New York City in support of the recently released ‘Good Will Prevail’ album.
Bruce Springsteen, Greensky Bluegrass, David Bowie, GRiZ, Greg Loiacono and Billy Bragg & Joe Henry make up this week’s selection of standout new albums out today.
Spin GRiZ’s funky single “Can’t Hold Me Down” featuring Tash Neal of The London Souls.
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GRiZ: “A true pioneer and master of musical expression, GriZ (Grant Kwiecinski) stands head-and-shoulders above the competition in terms of the sheer variety of his ever-evolving technical prowess. A tremendously passionate and soulful producer, GriZ has a peerless knack for creating profoundly engaging melodies to offset the presence of his phenomenally designed bass. Where many artists become mired in a over-simplified and standardized method of production for the sake of creative efficiency; GriZ has no qualms sacrificing speed for the sake of quality, technical diversity, and an unrelenting devotion to progress and dynamism. Beginning his saga as a producer at the young age of fourteen, it is immediately evident that his talent and devotion will lead him on a journey of exceptional musical diversity and exploration. From funky rhythms to jazzy melodic embellishment, GriZ effortlessly incorporates his instrumental zeal for the saxophone with his lifelong dedication to soulful, laser-infused beat-making. This is only the beginning for Grant, and already the stylistic range of his material is both inspirational and utterly awe-inspiring.” -Written by Ethan Baer (SubSynthesis.com)