TapHabit
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TapHabit

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Aug
12
TapHabit @ 7th Annual Flowmotion Summer Meltdown

Darrington, Washington, USA

Darrington, Washington, USA

Aug
11
TapHabit @ 7th Annual Flowmotion Summer Meltdown

Darrington, Washington, USA

Darrington, Washington, USA

Aug
10
TapHabit @ 7th Annual Flowmotion Summer Meltdown

Darrington, Washington, USA

Darrington, Washington, USA

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Music

The best kept secret in music

Press


"What could be better than a costume dance party? How about a costume dance party with...TapHabit providing the musical entertainment? If you're unfamiliar with [this] band, I'm here to tell you, you're just about the only tne. [TapHabit] regularly draw[s] hundreds of people to their shows…" - Cascadia Weekly


"The tight instrumentation and pure joy in playing music - which makes TapHabit so much fun live - are in full force here,...
Everybody sounds crisp, clean and polished without getting sterile, mostly because the whole CD is way too entertaining to sound sterile. With inspirations ranging from jazz and classic rock to Caribbean pseudo-ska and just a hint of the blues, you never know what you're gonna get, but you cant wait to get it." - What's Up Magazine


Discography

On February 4, 2006 TapHabit released their self- titled debut album at "The Pickford Dreamspace," in Bellingham, WA; a performance drawing well over 550 people! This album can be heard daily on 89.3 KUGS Bellingham, as well as 89.3 KAOS Olympia.

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Bio

TapHabit draws their influences from Phish, The Greatful Dead, Widespread Panic, Sound Tribe Sector Nine, Steve Kimock, Rob Thomas, Gnarls Barkley, Outkast and many more artists.
In today’s post-modern music scene, it is refeshing to find a band so innovative and contagious. TapHabit’s power is in their live show, drawing the audience’s focus for the extent of their set.
TapHabit is a group of individuals who have played music their whole lives. When they met, they immediately began to collaborate on a sound completely unique from any other live band; yet so familiar the audience can't help thinking that they’ve been there before. In the past year and a half, TapHabit has created a niche, in fact a scene, in Bellingham, which is spreading through the northwest and beyond!