Upcoming Polyrhythmics Tour Dates 2017September 9 – Anacortes, WA – Bastion Brewing CompanySeptember 20 – Philadelphia, PA – World Cafe LiveSeptember 21 – Washington, DC – Gypsy Sally’sSeptember 22 – Brooklyn, NY – The Knitting FactorySeptember 23 – Boston, MA – The Red RoomSeptember 26 – South Burlington, VT – Higher GroundSeptember 28 – Teaneck, NJ – Debonair Music HallSeptember 29 – Hartford, CT – Arch Street TavernSeptember 30 – Schuylkill Haven, PA – Meeting of the MindsOctober 27 – Winters CA – Berryessa Brewing CompanyOctober 29 – Placerville, CA – Hangtown Halloween BallOctober 31 – Phoenix, AZ – Last Exit LiveNovember 3 – Denver, CO – Cervantes Masterpiece Ballroom *November 4 – Steamboat Springs, CO – Schmiggity’sNovember 9 – Garden City, ID – Visual Arts CollectiveNovember 10 – Bend, OR – Volcanic Theater and PubNovember 11 – Ashland, OR – Armory**November 17 – Eugene, OR – HiFi Music HallNovember 18 – Portland, OR – Star TheaterNovember 24 – Seattle, WA – Tractor Tavern ^November 25 – Seattle, WA – Tractor TavernDecember 1 – Springdale, UT – Bit & SpurDecember 2 – San Diego, CA – Winston’sDecember 5 – San Luis Obispo, CA – SLO BrewsDecember 6 – Santa Cruz , CA – Moes AlleyDecember 7 – Grass Valley, CA – Grass Valley Center for the ArtsDecember 8 – Crystal Bay, NV – Crystal Bay CasinoDecember 9 – San Francisco, CA – Slim’s* w/ Dumpstaphunk** w/ Dirty Revival^ w/ Delvon Lamarr Organ Trio Polyrhythmics, the Afrobeat funk-fusion eight-piece out of Seattle, Washington, is gearing up for a big year. While the group has already earned a dedicated following from coast to coast with their bold sound, tight grooves, and expert musicianship, the buzz around the band is growing with the upcoming release of their new album, Caldera, which is due out September 22nd. Caldera comes as a follow-up to Polyrhythmics’ critically acclaimed third studio album, Octagon, which catapulted the group into the national spotlight and earned them spots on bills with Snarky Puppy, Booker T, and more, as well as on lineups for big-name festivals, such as Bumbershoot, High Sierra, and Vancouver International Jazz Fest. For their fourth studio effort, Caldera is set to be similarly well-received, with the band offering a mesmerizing and eclectic album that showcases the unique sound rooted in funk, soul, psychedelic rock, R&B, progressive jazz, and Afrobeat.Polyrhythmics Expand Fall Tour Ahead Of New Album’s ReleaseAhead of the release of Caldera next month, Polyrhythmics is giving our readers a taste of what they’re all about with the release of the music video for “Goldie’s Road” off the new album. “Goldie’s Road” itself is slinky and trance-like, simultaneously laid back and eerie, all the while evoking tunes of the 1970’s with its old-school groove, psychedelic effects, and wah-wah heavy guitar. As trombonist Elijah Clark tells Live For Live Music, “‘Goldie’s Road’ is about the journey along a never traveled highway, and the experiences that an individual finds along that road are the destination itself. The song was composed primarily on melodica and trombone, the only two instruments I had at my disposal. It’s a piece written from the limitations of a location, but the freedom of a seemingly endless supply of time while trapped outside of city life. During the writing of ‘Goldie’s Road’, I was listening and absorbing a lot from Amharic musicians and songs such as Mulatu Astatke, Tilahun Gessesse, and Eritrean Krar music. I hope that a bit of the trance-like beauty of the Ethiopian and Eritrean tradition shines through in this song that is indicative of the sound of Polyrhythmics at a certain interval.”This new music video compliments the sound of “Goldie’s Road” nicely, with its sepia-drenched and ever-changing video collage using its simplistic presentation emphasizing the complexity of the music born from Polyrhythmics’ eight individual members. Live For Live Music is proud to present the premiere of Polyrhythmics’ new music video, and you can check it out for yourself below. You can also look below for Polyrhythmics’ upcoming tour dates or head to the band’s website for more information.