DIGGIN' DIRT with BUZZ BRUMP
High Dive & The PBJ Present:

DIGGIN' DIRT

BUZZ BRUMP

$10.00 - $15.00
Diggin' Dirt + Buzz Brump bring a blazing horn section, pulsating rhythms, searing guitars and a relentless dance party that does not let up

4.24 Friday (Funk / Americana)

High Dive & The PBJ Present:

DIGGIN' DIRT

BUZZ BRUMP

$10adv / $15dos

8pm doors

21+

High Dive

513 N 36th St

highdiveseattle.com

DIGGIN' DIRT

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This seven-piece band emerging from behind the redwood curtain in Humboldt County, California, is skyrocketing through the west coast music scene. Shoveling out their own path, and consistently wowing audiences and filling concert venues across the land, Diggin Dirt is no ordinary funk and soul band. Their sounds explode off the stage with as much authentic energy as one can handle, and once they have you in their clutches, the relentless dance party does not let up. Their intoxicating and infectious sound is fueled by a blazing horn section, pulsating rhythms, and searing guitars, that when combined into one, have been known to entice even the shyest of wallflowers to start movin and groovin. Behold, as they layer humble influences of psychedelic rock, Motown soul, Afrobeat, and even reggae, atop a sturdy foundation of down and dirty, greasy and grimy, late 60’s inspired funk music. You might have flashes of James Brown or Sly and the Family Stone, Otis Redding or Tower of Power, but make no mistake that you are in the presence of spine-tingling originality. Leading the charge and tying it all together is frontman extraordinaire Zach Alder, a performer like no other; he’s in possession of the pipes, charisma, moves, and natural-born-soul, to launch this ensemble into rarefied air.

Buzz Brump

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After years of freestyling music and words on riverbeds, beaches, ski lifts, porches and garages, Buzz Brümp was formed in 2010 to spread good vibes and cultural awareness through their music.

Hailing from New Jersey, New York, Colorado and Washington state, their sound can be best described as a “Mixed Bag” of genre-bending goodness that sweats it out on the dance floor.

Venue Information:
High Dive Seattle
513 N 36th St.
Seattle, WA, 98103