$5 at the door.
Alright Bellingham its getting close to that time again find your warm hats, pull on your gloves and brave the cold to come down to the Wild Buffalo February 10th SOUNDSCAPE is back!
This time we have made our way out to the deep blue see to find this special creature. Our headliner for the show goes by the name of Jellyfyst (12-close).
I was first introduced to this talented artist back in October when we had the pleasure of joining forces with the Sacred Bee Tribe to put on a spectacular show to save to bees! After being mesmerized by his squishy bass, melodic tones and “Jelly-hop” I knew we had to have this individual up to the Bham’s to throw down.
Jellyfyst will be accompanied by the live performance of LUMA. She is a breathtaking performer who will have your gaze stuck in a trance while she glides across the stage in an effortless movement of flow and style. After spending her entire adolescence training in theater, Luma’s path took a turn towards the whimsical when she began performing modern circus, flow, and fire arts four years ago. She has performed with big names such as Emancipator, Kalya Scintilla, Desert Dwellers, Tipper, and more at festivals such as Shambhala, Electric Forest, Cascadia, and What The Festival. Dropped from a comet on a crystalline cloud, Luma is here to take you on a cosmic journey of intrigue and inspiration.
Local Support From:
Lil Buddha 11-11:45
A local bass producer form the Bellingham area mixing everything from trip-hop to the darker heavy bass beats. Check out his newest music at https://soundcloud.com/
This vibrant artist is able to give you a wide range of musical styles, by using sounds of nature, violin, piano, and other various electronic elements, metsä’s style can only be defined as music for the soul. From releasing a five track EP titled, Icicles to his numerous remixes like Mothica’s EP Mystic and Poly Pines’s “Swordplay” ft. Kolada, metsä has been creating incredible music that leads him to having the opportunity to collaborate with many artists, such as Madnap, for a track titled, “Kokiri Forest,” on Paper Crane’s recent volume.
Seven Moons 9-9:45
This kid is an up and coming artist in the Bellingham and Seattle area. Mixing live guitar and drums with electric beats we are excited to have him opening the night for us. Check out more of his sounds athttps://www.youtube.com/
Live painting by Rose Drumond.
Rose is a self taught Pacific Northwest artist paying homage to the power and rawness of the Divine Feminine. Deeply rooted in emerging Goddess culture, she calls on myth, symbols, nature, and the seasons to influence the deities she creates .Her mission is to help all beings live in a more connected way to the Earth and her cycles. Rose’s pieces are made up mostly of tiny crosshatched lines, making each a deliberate and focused meditation.
Rose is committed to using her skills to help worthy causes, on behalf of the Earth and Her peoples and creatures, gain traction and visibility. She has been involved with raising funds for the #noDAPL movement at Standing Rock, and strives to help raise awareness about the sacredness of bees. If YOU have anything you would like to see made for a cause, please contact Rose.
Visuals and Stage design by: Somnium http://