Bowery Boston presents
Mo Lowda & the Humble
doors 7:30pm / 18+ / $13 adv, $15 dos
Tickets on sale Fri. 12/1 at noon!
Psych pop juggernaut Madaila is upbeat, synth¬-heavy, and catchy. Vocal skill and range are immediately apparent. But in the tradition of Prince and The Talking Heads, an ornateness and heaviness expose Madaila's complexity and depth. Tight arrangements and multi-¬instrumental performances showcase musical minds at work.
When Madaila is on stage, spontaneous expression and contagious melody coexist. The freakier elements of the band come to the surface as the five-¬piece explores the deeper possibilities lying within their concise-recorded material. The band’s improvisational power gives each song the capacity to have its form pushed to the edges of comfort, or uplifting peaks.
Madaila released its debut, “The Dance”, in 2015. The band generated buzz with large hometown shows held on a ferry, in Burlington’s City Hall, in an aquarium, and on a downtown city block for their festival, Madaila on Main; as well as with festival plays at Mountain Jam, Clusterfest, Summer Camp, Frendly Gathering, Grand Point North, Waking Windows, Otis Mountain & Burlington Discover Jazz. Madaila has shared the stage with artists such as The Flaming Lips, Nathaniel Rateliff, Mac DeMarco, BØRNS, Grace Potter, Twiddle, Deer Tick, and Matisyahu. Madaila is part of Future Fields, an artist¬-run label and management group based in Burlington, Vermont.