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About The Primate Fiasco
The Primate Fiasco is a product of the streets of Northampton MA. With tuba, banjo, clarinet, trumpet, drums, and vocal harmony, it’s the instrumentation of a New Orleans sidewalk band but with modern influences. While the band often plays authentic “Traditional Jazz” the music that comes out of these ancient instruments is often recognized as funk, reggae, bluegrass, hip hop, rock, latin, trance, and the occasion Serbian gypsy jam. But the world has enough labels already. Lets keep The Primate Fiasco under the category of “music”. If you want to be specific, “music to have fun to”. If you want to invent a genre, “psychedelic dixieland” seems to get the point across.
The band started on city sidewalks and eventually started getting invited into venues and festivals frequented by the Jam Band or Indie scene. At a Primate Fiasco show, you’ll see hippies and punks, ravers and jazz enthusiasts, elderly and children, all dancing on the same floor. An important thing to note about The Primate Fiasco’s music is that they can play the same song for the children, weddings, or a club full of drunk screaming college students. This formula works like a skeleton key.
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