Episode 37: Manatee Commune
Manatee Commune is from Bellingham, Washington. With the help of Chattanooga House Shows and Roots Rated, he put on a killer show. He was so kind to meet with OMS the next day to talk about the night and his inspiration for his vibey, lively, and dance envoking tunes. He seeks to capture the atmosphere of taking a thoughtful, self-reflecting stroll through the forest by combining the textures of rainy woods and the windy seas of the Pacific Northwest with the calming mood of clean surfy guitar licks and rolling arrpegiated sine waves. He also gives us a look at his Tiny Desk NPR video which helped boost his career to where it is today. You'll love this interview and his music that he performed just for the show! Listen at www.openmicspotlight.com or on any podcast platform like itunes or GooglePlay.
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