Agori Tribe – Music Review
Please Welcome Agori Tribe
These guys are awesome! Agori Tribe to me truly reminds me of the days of The Doors, Jerry Garcia, Fish, just omg wow beautiful jams. O.K. so we’re checking out this group known as Agori Tribe, and man I haven’t heard music like this in some time. The days of peace and happiness, where everyone of all cultures and races just flow together with good energy. There just needs to be more bands in this genre! So I’m watching the documentary which is included below to get to know the band a bit better. Agori Tribe founded in 2008 have come a long ways, from news exposure to bigger shows, making headway everywhere there go. Building within Memphis Tennessee, they progressed from what they called “A Jam Band” or a “Trial & Error Project” to something more than the word beautiful could describe.
There fan base growing day by day while continuously staying to their roots in music Agori Tribe has got the line up for success. In better terms I believe by listening that the group as whole “having found themselves in each other”, helped them become more of a united one; which is the biggest success. Happiness is music helps to become happiness in life, and this is what Agori Tribe is to me. Be sure to check out this group, follow them, and attend a live show at your earliest, as their music will just make you feel welcomed, loved, and at peace in the chaotic world we live in.
Below you can check out Agori Tribe’s music, tour dates, and documentary; ENJOY! Thank you Agori Tribe for allowing us to enjoy your music!
Agori Tribe Official Biography -
Founded in 2008 by a few friends with a shared musical interest, Agori Tribe is one of the more unique up-and-coming bands that Memphis, TN, has to offer. The five members of Agori Tribe, Sean Naughton (drums/percussion), Will Nicholls (guitar/samples), David Collins (guitar/keys/percussion), Dave Hash (keys/percussion), and Jeff Naylor (bass), combine their extensive talents to create a truly inventive sound that defies classification. Described as ‘space island funk rock,’ their music blends elements of psychedelic rock, funk, reggae, jazz, and blues to form a one-of-a-kind fusion of sound. It is Agori Tribe’s fearlessness when it comes to experimentation that has led them to become one of the most promising acts to emerge from Memphis in recent years.
The last three years have been a whirlwind of new opportunities for Agori Tribe. In 2011 and 2012, they opened for acts such as Perpetual Groove, Spankalicious, and Zoogma, and performed at the LUVMUD music fest, headlined Bristerfest music festival, and played at Fools Ball/Fall Ball. However, their most notable achievement to date is their appearance at the Wakarusa Music Festival in both 2012 and 2013. In the summer of ’13, they also embarked on a tour that took them to Knoxville, TN, and Athens, GA. With other gigs in Ozark, AR, and Starkville, MS, in addition to frequent shows in Memphis, Agori Tribe’s following continues to expand.
When they haven’t been busy with live performances, Agori Tribe has also had numerous studio sessions over the last few years, culminating in the release of their debut album, “The Hard Mountain Tradition.”
With all that they have accomplished in recent years, it is certain that a lot more can be expected from Agori Tribe in the days ahead!