Kitchen Dwellers

Bozeman,MT-basedbluegrassquartetKitchenDwellersareridingthewaveoftheirsophomorerelease,GhostintheBottle,analbumproducedbyLeftoverSalmon’sAndyThorn.ThealbumalsofeaturesTwiddle’sMihaliSavoulidis​,whojoinedthebandinthestudiotorecordthealbum’sfirstsingle“VisionofMore.”Thebandcontinuestorelentlesslytourthecountry,captivatingaudienceswiththeirownuniquestyle,dubbed“GalaxyGrass.”FormedwhileattendingcollegeatMontanaState,thegrouphasburstontothebluegrassscenesharingthestagewithactssuchasRailroadEarth,GreenskyBluegrass,TheInfamousStringdustersandTwiddle.Inrecentyearsthebandhasbeguntotournationally,hittingnotablevenuesandfestivalsaroundthecountryincludingTheBrooklynBowl,TheFoxTheatre,Delfest,TellurideBluegrassFestival,NorthwestStringSummit,andTheFrendlyGathering

GRASS2MOUTH

GRASS2MOUTH is in the vanguard of what’s happening in bluegrass in the 21st century. The sound, fueled by wide-ranging passion encompassing Phish, Queens of the Stone Age, John Hartford and Bill Monroe, is intricate and pulsing, inspiring close listening or sweaty dancing. In 2015 a group of friends who’d met a few years before at college volunteered to throw together a band for a start-up festival, with no greater plan. But those sets led to other gigs, while some rehearsal videos led to a date playing the backstage hospitality area before and after a Widespread Panic show at Nashville’s Ascend Amphitheater. That made GRASS2MOUTH serious about pursuing what Infamous Stringdusters banjo player Chris Pandolfi has called “old school tones meet new school esthetic.” They join a growing scene that includes Leftover Salmon, Greensky Bluegrass and the Stringdusters. The national banjo champion Kyle Tuttle calls GRASS2MOUTH “Nashville’s only jamgrass string band.” There may be others in the future, but GRASS2MOUTH has a head start and a head of steam.

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