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23Feb
The Werks
9:00 PM - 11:59 PM High Watt
Date: February 23, 2019 to February 23, 2019
Where: High Watt, 100 Cannery Road, Nashville, Tennessee, United States, 37203
Phone: N/A
Event Type: Concerts & Music
Ticket Price: N/A

On their latest LP Magic, melodic visionaries The Werks transcend their funk rock roots while never losing their identity. Poignant songwriting and engaging improvisation come together on a record that showcases their maturation as a multidimensional group of uniquely creative musicians.The virtuosic rhythm junkies of The Werks have released four highly acclaimed studio albums over the past ten years - Synapse (2009), The Werks( (2012), Mr. Smalls Sessions EP (2014), and Inside a Dream (2015) - performed well over one thousand shows (including launching their own multi-day music festival The Werk Out), and released countless live recordings including last years Live at The Werk Out live album. In that time theyve earned a devoted fan base across the world and reputation as one of the most energetic, compelling, and downright entertaining live acts in the business. Theyve developed a hard won confidence, and a willingness to fearlessly chart new sonic territory on Magic.This is our first truly multi-genre album says Chris Houser. Each track has its own unique vibe and sound. We didnt write these songs to please people, we wrote them because this is what we hear when we turn off the outside and let the creativity flow.The songs on Magic started as sketches the band members crafted independently. Coming together in their sonic dojo The Werkspace, those seeds of groove were nurtured by the group, growing into fully wrought songs. Our writing is collaborative, explains Dan Shaw, but starting with demos written individually gives each band member a chance to leave their fingerprint on a tune.The songwriting finished, the band decamped to Sonic Lounge in Grove City, Ohio. There lead engineer and producer Joe Viers (Blues Traveler, Twenty One Pilots) settled down to work with the studios legendary Amek/Neve 9098i mixing console. One of only thirteen in the world, Sonic Lounges was originally installed in Olympic Studios in London, England, where it served to document t
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