Release Date: April 9, 2013
Ishi shares new track at MTV Hive
Ishi premieres track at Beats Per Minute
Ishi was born as an experiment between friends. In 2006, JT Mudd & Brad Dale set out to create a sound that would help redefine the pop sensibility of modern day music. Their vision was to blend the classic, soulful story-telling and organic instrumentation of traditional folk music, with the infinite sonic possibilities offered through electronic production. Experimentation quickly evolved into a journey of sound that would ultimately lead to the songs that comprised Ishi’s award-winning debut album Through the Trees.
Ishi’s ability to successfully walk the line between an ambitious studio act and a multi-sensory live experience allows them to engage their audiences in an uplifting celebration of life and universal awareness. High-energy dance floors combined with the subtle undertones of inner-exploration combine to create a concert experience that is unequivocally one-of-a-kind. Each night, Ishi intends to create an entirely unique environment of mysticism, awareness, love and acceptance. Adored by fans and critics alike, there is no denying that Ishi is an immersive experience that everyone should discover.
The Dallas Observer has listed them as one of the top bands in North Texas and awarded them ‘Best New Act’ & ‘Best Electronic/Dance Act’ in 2010. In October 2012 Ishi experienced a dream come true by opening for legendary New Wave band New Order and continues to tour the country in support of their upcoming sophomore release Digital Wounds.
They have appeared at major music festivals including SXSW, Meltdown Music Festival, and Wicker Park Festival and continue to share the stage with some of the mostly widely known and respected Indie and Dance acts on the touring circuit. Ishi’s highly anticipated second album Digital Wounds will be released nation wide this April.
Inquiries: alyssa at teamclermont dot com
05.24 • Casselman's w/ Govinda (Denver, CO)
05.26 • State Bridge (Bond, CO)
05.31 • Stubb's (Austin, TX)
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