“Their performance was a consecration.” – SPiN
Read the full recap from Hundred Waters’ album release event at #FORMArcosanti over on SPiN
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“Hundred Waters thrive in the place where post-rock meets freak folk, and sing-song melodies are twisted into strange shapes by circuitry.”
So excited to share this wonderful piece of art with the world and could not be more proud of this band. They’ve lovingly labored day and night for the past year writing this album, including endless hours in the basement of the ol’ NestHQ, and the day has finally come to set it free into the world.
Stream ‘The Moon Rang Like A Bell’ from Hundred Waters below and support great music and great people here
As fellow DTLA citizens and close friends, we’ve been fortunate enough to watch closely as Hundred Waters toiled day and night to bring this album into the world, and now the day is finally here when we get to help them share it with you.
Before we start crying like parents on the first day of school, head over to NPR and stream The Moon Rang Like A Bell in its entirety.
“It’s counter-intuitive, but making deeply emotional music often comes across as a matter of restraint and timing, calculation and manipulation, rather than as an indulgence or purging.”
Join us in the desert of Arcosanti for a magical weekend experience to celebrate the release of Hundred Waters new album “The Moon Rang Like A Bell” along with our homies Alvin Risk, How To Dress Well, Majical Cloudz, ESKMO and more
The event is FREE but space is limited
WORLD PREMIERE: Hundred Waters – “Cavity” (Official Music Video)
“‘Cavity’ is like watering a field but so much it becomes muddy, or filling a bathtub with so much water it just floods the house,” writes Hundred Waters’ lead singer Nicole Miglis. The song, and its video, are kind of like that quote — familiar but just out of reach.” – NPR Music
Watch the incredible video and support the first single from the forthcoming album on iTunes today
“Check out the lovely single, filled with airy vocals, longing violin and unusual percussion.”
Pitchfork included Hundred Waters in their Staff List of the Top 40 Most Anticipated Releases of 2014 and deservedly so. This stuff is completely next-level.
“After two years of touring, Hundred Waters appear to be crafting an album every bit as unpredictable and eye-popping as their 2012 debut, as the new material they’ve recently debuted live features even bolder melodies, more complicated arrangements, and rhythms that seemingly adhere to time signatures that don’t use round numbers.”