Harmonic Tide
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Harmonic Tide

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"On January 15th,"

What started as an off the cuff basement jam has evolved into a structured project infused with sounds drawn from the best in roots rock and jamband improvisation. Using song concepts and vocal sketches created by Brent Windebank(lead vocals,rhythm guitar), tweaked and amplified by Jay Robinson (lead guitar), held to task by bassist Scott Robinson and exploded into a new realm of complexity and sonic freedom by recent addition percussionist Kyle Haight, Harmonic Tide channels an arena of sound into persuasive melodies.A solid live performance grounded by the experience of Jay ( past Wildflowers,Illuminatus and Merkeba player) and Kyle(Merkeba.....) is infused with a vitality and enthusiasm for both musical craftsmanship and playful exploration.With diverse musical influences ranging from classic rock heroes to Seattle's grunge to jazz greats and contemporary fusionist artists.

http://www.myspace.com/theharmonictide - Collingwood Life & Pictorial Magazine


Harmonic Tide - LIVE at The Huron House



Harmonic Tide is made up of four members whose musical tastes and styles come from completely different spaces. On their own each band member would be categorized within entirely separate genres but when mixed, a new and exciting sound is created that is hard to put a label on. From smooth acoustic harmonies to solid grooves and tight changes each song has it's own personality and soul that comes through with each performance. Playing sets made up of 100% original music with the level of passion and commitment that is embedded in every measure sets Harmonic Tide apart from countless other bands of the day. Drawing on influences as widespread as Dave Matthews, Robert Johnson, Herbie Hancock, Sublime, Pearl Jam, John Scofield, Pink Floyd, Parliament and Ray LaMontagne; Harmonic Tide brings a fresh and welcome approach and sound to their songwriting and live shows.