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This is a very gifted unusual electronic music group with a unique style and this band is called The Motet. This band has caught the attention of fans as well as critics in the last few years. The Motet band has been actively pursuing music for over a decade now and their popularity continues to soar. The group has received appreciation from a number of famous newspapers and music critics. You need to checkout this band to get the real feel of its music so have The Motet tickets as early as possible.
The Motet is an ensemble that was the brainchild of drummer Dave Watts. His main aim behind forming The Motet was that he wanted to make a band that will do music in a relatively unusual style. Over the years, The Motet group has developed a signature style and tone that has its roots in genres like samba, Afrobeat, jazz and salsa. Watts is a gifted musician as he is well known for writing complex compositions that tell a music tale through syncopated melodies and rhythms. The band comprises of a total of nine members including Dave Watts, Joey Porter, Mate Pitts, Serafin Sanchez, Kim Dawson, Jans Ingber, Garrett Sayers, Gabe Mervine and Ryan Jalbert. The music is written and produced by Watts whereas Joey Porter plays the keyboards.
The Motet has released a number of studio albums in a career that spans over almost ten years. Some of the album names are Instrumental Dissent, Dig Deep, Live, Breathe and Play. Dig Deep is the latest studio album by the band. The Motet band is well known for extensive touring across different states of the US with a signature motto called "resolve to evolve". Their music has literally made them an essential part of various groove circuits on both the east and the west coast. Some people define the band's music as a free form of improvisation that is blended with funky dance music. This type of free form improvisation leads the audience to immerse in the eclectic and hypnotic sound of The Motet. Watts commented that the tendency of our band to avoid being pigeon holed reflects our identity as musicians. We always try to be open to music ideas and that's our approach towards various traditions and music genres.
The Motet has received good reviews from a number of critics. Boulder Magazine writer Dave Kirby commented about the band that "Watts dedication has created an elusive entity, and the music is good to hear and fun to play." Wildly's World commented that the latest album Dig Deep contains eleven tracks which give an impression that The Motet is not just a music ensemble but a family of musicians that love to continuously groom their music talent. One critic event commented that The Motet music gives a feel that acclaimed musicians like Sly Stone, Fela Kuti and Mobi joined hands for a minute and the result you get is the album Dig Deep.
The Motet latest album Dig Deep is already making waves on a number of music channels. This album has received positive reviews from a number of music critics across the country. This fine music ensemble is under the supervision of Dave Watts. They are coming to entertain music lovers in your city so how about getting The Motet tickets now and catch this band live, you are bound to have a melodious time.
The Motet Tickets Prices
The average The Motet tickets will cost you $97 for the event being held on 14/03/2070 at XL Live, Harrisburg. The minimum get in price is $90 at XL Live.
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|The Motet & Tauk||Harrisburg||XL Live||14-Mar-70||$97||$90|
The Motet Tickets Promo Code
Use LUCK18 as the promo code and get a 3% discount on The Motet tickets. This is a wonderful opportunity to enjoy the thrilling live performance by your favoriteThe Motet in CONCERTS
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|LUCK18 td >||3%||14-Mar-70||The Motet & Tauk|