Thursday, September 22, 2011

Preview: Zach Deputy and Bushwood at The Culture Room Fort Lauderdale on Saturday, September 24th, 2011

Hailing from coastal South Carolina, singer, songwriter and guitar-over-loops genius Zach Deputy fits right in when translating his sole man routine in the Southern tip of Florida. Self-described as "island-infused, drum and bass Gospel ninja soul", a more appropriate identifier would be a Keller Williams in his prime injected with dance hall roots, beat box-able percussion and contagious charisma that catches the spirit of feel good, undeniable appealing attributes of positivity. Put him toe to toe with just about anyone and the guy will prove he isn't just a some island folk strummer - he can really put a hurting on a six string. Add in the texture overload that he supplies entirely himself and it is just a matter of realizing how brilliant one man has to be to pull it off. 
Zach Deputy
This weekend the BLP groove sheriffs have sent out an alert that the Deputy is coming to town, and he is employing some neo-buffalo soldiers from Bushwood to hold down the fort at the Culture Room. Adam Moskowitz and the guys are set to open the night with their sharp reggae-rock sound that was born, and now being raised, right here in South Florida. Get there for doors, and if you don't believe me, stream a few tracks off their new self-titled album here.    

The party continues once Zach's arsenal of intricate sound equipment is in place, and then its nothing but a night of improvised tropic-rock undertones fit for rum and coastal beer drinking shenanigans. Bring your dancing shoes (or flip-flops).

Zach Deputy and Bushwood tickets are $12 in advance and $15 at the door. Doors are at 9 PM. For more information visit the Culture Room website here. 

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