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Inhabitants

Inhabitants

Inhabitants


An intriguing new group, Inhabitants surfaced from the depths of Vancouver's music underground in the spring of 2005 to release their self-titled debut on the Drip Audio imprint. Capturing the band's eclectic sound, the disc has garnered favourable reviews both locally and internationally. Described as "an aural introduction to a dream" by Down Beat, Inhabitants music draws inspiration from great innovators such as Ornette Coleman and Jimi Hendrix Read more on Last.fm
An intriguing new group, Inhabitants surfaced from the depths of Vancouver's music underground in the spring of 2005 to release their self-titled debut on the Drip Audio imprint. Capturing the band's eclectic sound, the disc has garnered favourable reviews both locally and internationally. Described as "an aural introduction to a dream" by Down Beat, Inhabitants music draws inspiration from great innovators such as Ornette Coleman and Jimi Hendrix, and has been likened to electric-era Miles Davis and the instrumental post-rock of Tortoise and Godspeed You Black Emperor!. Rich sonic textures, subtle melodic ideas and a strong rhythmic sensibility are the signatures of the Inhabitants, winners of CBC's Galaxie Rising Star award at the 2005 Vancouver Int'l Jazz Festival. All four Inhabitants are major contributors to Vancouver's creative music scene.

Collectively the members of Inhabitants have worked with such diverse artists as Dave Douglas, Bill Laswell, Peggy Lee, FranÁois Houle, Ron Samworth, Tony Wilson, Wayne Horvitz, Steve Beresford, Wolfgang Fuchs, the NOW Orchestra, Josh Martinez, Kevin House and Submission Hold. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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