MAETER - ALBUM RELEASE PARTY

The music of Los Angeles trio Maetar (may'-tar) -- Grammy winner Itai Disraeli (bass), Hagai Lev-Shalem Izraeli (horns), and Richard Fultineer (percussion) -- unfolds like a beguiling trip to destinations unknown on their new album LOVE DUB & THE ABSTRACT ONE-DROP, their debut on the respected Ropeadope label and the culmination of decade of harvesting magic and multi-faceted transformation. The band's name is a Hebrew word meaning "vibration of change."

With a central ethos of freedom and flow in music, they effortlessly traverse vast stylistic ground as they marry smart jazz grooves with imaginative, challenging sonic explorations in psychedelia, funk, ambience, and electronica, as well as subtle classical references and world music flavors -- not surprising, as two of the musicians are from the Middle East (Israel) and all three have extensive multi-ethnic interests and training. Their musicianship is stunning; band members have played and recorded with diverse artists ranging from James Gadson, Larry Coryell, Jackson Browne, and Roger Waters to Tony Allen, Nishat Khan, Prince Diabate of Guinea, Omar Faruk Tekbilek, and Trilok Gurtu.

Itai Disraeli - Fender Custom Shop Jazz Basses, Fodera 6 string Imperial Elite, Vocals, Percussion, Spaceship.

Hagai Lev-Shalem Izraeli - Monette Flumpet, Trumpet, Cornet, Conch Shells, Duduk, Ney, Recorder, Souna, Miniak Bass, Vocals, Percussion, Evolving Universe.

Richard Fultineer - Drums, Vocals, Percussion, Visuals.

Band photos - Jim Berman

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03/15/2024 9:30 PM

Door Time: 8:00 PM

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Returning to Harvelle's to celebrate the release of "Love Dub and The Abstract One Drop" on Ropeadope.

An amazing night of hot innovative funky jazzy psychedelic world groove music from the world renowned trio.
Returning to Harvelle's to celebrate the release.

Doors open at 8 PM. Show starts at 9:30PM.

Online ticket sales end at 7 PM, tics available at the door after 8 PM.

2 drink minimum.

The music of Los Angeles trio Maetar (may'-tar) -- Grammy winner Itai Disraeli (bass), Hagai Lev-Shalem Izraeli (horns), and Richard Fultineer (percussion) -- unfolds like a beguiling trip to destinations unknown on their new album LOVE DUB & THE ABSTRACT ONE-DROP, their debut on the respected Ropeadope label and the culmination of decade of harvesting magic and multi-faceted transformation. The band's name is a Hebrew word meaning "vibration of change."

With a central ethos of freedom and flow in music, they effortlessly traverse vast stylistic ground as they marry smart jazz grooves with imaginative, challenging sonic explorations in psychedelia, funk, ambience, and electronica, as well as subtle classical references and world music flavors -- not surprising, as two of the musicians are from the Middle East (Israel) and all three have extensive multi-ethnic interests and training. Their musicianship is stunning; band members have played and recorded with diverse artists ranging from James Gadson, Larry Coryell, Jackson Browne, and Roger Waters to Tony Allen, Nishat Khan, Prince Diabate of Guinea, Omar Faruk Tekbilek, and Trilok Gurtu.

Itai Disraeli - Fender Custom Shop Jazz Basses, Fodera 6 string Imperial Elite, Vocals, Percussion, Spaceship.

Hagai Lev-Shalem Izraeli - Monette Flumpet, Trumpet, Cornet, Conch Shells, Duduk, Ney, Recorder, Souna, Miniak Bass, Vocals, Percussion, Evolving Universe.

Richard Fultineer - Drums, Vocals, Percussion, Visuals.

Band photos - Jim Berman

IN THE SUN - MAETER on Spotify!