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The Nadis Warriors

Austin, Texas, United States | INDIE

Austin, Texas, United States | INDIE
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Jun
04
The Nadis Warriors @ Wakarusa Music Festival

Ozark, Arkansas, USA

Ozark, Arkansas, USA

May
07
The Nadis Warriors @ Dallas Museum Of Nature and Science

None, None, USA

None, None, USA

Apr
30
The Nadis Warriors @ Cervante's Masterpiece Ballroom

Denver, Colorado, USA

Denver, Colorado, USA

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Spirituality is sometimes hard to find in the club scene. Usually, electronic music is all about the party. The scene's bad rap among outsiders, and especially lawmen, is a direct result of some of the less than civil behavior the party tends to produce. The Nadis Warriors out of Texas are on a quest to change the direction of the scene, and instill some positive vibes while they're at it.

Jason Hahn, an expert in holistic medicine and chakra specialist, is the producer and DJ behind the Nadis Warriors, who fuse Far East philosophy and intruments with Western psychedelia and trance music. Although the band in its present incantation has been around for less than a year, the Nadis Warriors have played the Big Up and Wakarusa, and recently opened for Bassnectar in Dallas. On 10.10.10, the band released a free, double album. The first half, "Shamanic Invocations," features a talk by psychedelic advocate Alex Grey over otherworldly ambient trance. The second half of the album, "Molly, Where Did Lucy Go?" delves deeper into the seedier world of the scene, and the darker realm of psytrance. - The Untz


Spirituality is sometimes hard to find in the club scene. Usually, electronic music is all about the party. The scene's bad rap among outsiders, and especially lawmen, is a direct result of some of the less than civil behavior the party tends to produce. The Nadis Warriors out of Texas are on a quest to change the direction of the scene, and instill some positive vibes while they're at it.

Jason Hahn, an expert in holistic medicine and chakra specialist, is the producer and DJ behind the Nadis Warriors, who fuse Far East philosophy and intruments with Western psychedelia and trance music. Although the band in its present incantation has been around for less than a year, the Nadis Warriors have played the Big Up and Wakarusa, and recently opened for Bassnectar in Dallas. On 10.10.10, the band released a free, double album. The first half, "Shamanic Invocations," features a talk by psychedelic advocate Alex Grey over otherworldly ambient trance. The second half of the album, "Molly, Where Did Lucy Go?" delves deeper into the seedier world of the scene, and the darker realm of psytrance. - The Untz


When was the last time you were astonished? If you are like me and you believe that music shares a spiritual connection with our natural bodies, then you already have something in common with Nadis Warriors. Their influences include Pink Floyd, Terrance McKenna, Quantum Physics, and Raja Ram. So yeah, it’s safe to say Nadis Warriors and like minded freaks like myself are a match made in an otherworldly plane. This Electronica group, out of Austin, has just released a double album download at NadisWarriors.com which is quickly becoming the most played music on my iTunes. These guys produce positive psychedelic music like pros.

A splendid combination of instrumental Dubstep with Livetronica mentality, and Twisted Records-style tribal Psytrance, Nadis Warriors have performed onstage with Alex Grey, and their chakra album artwork is clearly influenced by his art. They are true believers in harnessing the power of music and dance to heal and enrich our lives. “Our job as a band is to create an experience where the audience is part of this communal moment,” Warriors’ beat master, Jason Hahn said to dfDubReport.com, “where we all can create a community of healing, sharing, caring, and love together.” There are surreal moments within the tracks on both of these albums that are tremendously intriguing, like an undiscovered planet. The band’s live recording from this year’s Nocturnal Fest is a good example of how the studio work is explored on stage. Founding members Jared Ingebretson, Matt Cain, and Jason Hahn have taken the band’s live show to the next level, with the recent addition of live drummer Mike Hall. The band seems to support having live dance performers join them on stage as well. Finally, Austin- the music capital of the country- has produced a worthy psychedelic electronic act. Be sure to take full advantage of the impressive and meaningful sounds that this group has to offer. - Lost in Sound


When was the last time you were astonished? If you are like me and you believe that music shares a spiritual connection with our natural bodies, then you already have something in common with Nadis Warriors. Their influences include Pink Floyd, Terrance McKenna, Quantum Physics, and Raja Ram. So yeah, it’s safe to say Nadis Warriors and like minded freaks like myself are a match made in an otherworldly plane. This Electronica group, out of Austin, has just released a double album download at NadisWarriors.com which is quickly becoming the most played music on my iTunes. These guys produce positive psychedelic music like pros.

A splendid combination of instrumental Dubstep with Livetronica mentality, and Twisted Records-style tribal Psytrance, Nadis Warriors have performed onstage with Alex Grey, and their chakra album artwork is clearly influenced by his art. They are true believers in harnessing the power of music and dance to heal and enrich our lives. “Our job as a band is to create an experience where the audience is part of this communal moment,” Warriors’ beat master, Jason Hahn said to dfDubReport.com, “where we all can create a community of healing, sharing, caring, and love together.” There are surreal moments within the tracks on both of these albums that are tremendously intriguing, like an undiscovered planet. The band’s live recording from this year’s Nocturnal Fest is a good example of how the studio work is explored on stage. Founding members Jared Ingebretson, Matt Cain, and Jason Hahn have taken the band’s live show to the next level, with the recent addition of live drummer Mike Hall. The band seems to support having live dance performers join them on stage as well. Finally, Austin- the music capital of the country- has produced a worthy psychedelic electronic act. Be sure to take full advantage of the impressive and meaningful sounds that this group has to offer. - Lost in Sound


If you’re a fan of the Nadis Warriors, then 10/10/10 was marked in your calendar months ago. For all of you who are reading this story because you were intrigued by the artwork or curious about the band name, prepare to have your mind elucidated. Austin natives The Nadis Warriors released a pair of albums for free Sunday that explore deep into the human psyche and unleash the undeniable feeling of ecstasy.

The band wrote the albums to spread one message in two separate parts. Shamanic Invocations is a wake-up call to the inner Shaman, or yogi of the indigo generation. The indigo generation encompasses the current generation of young adults whose aura shine with a blue tint. The indigos, also known as the crystal children, were predicted to come when the earth had hit its critical point, and save the planet and its people by means of peace and unification.

Jason Hahn, producer/DJ, told dfDubReport that Shamanic Invocations is meant to awaken this generation and facilitate recognition of its meaningful role in changing the state of the world. The record is as soothing as it is dark; even a bit eerie at points. Its rooted in tribal beats, heavy drum and twisted glitch, giving it a meditative and pensive ere.

Its counterpart — Molly, Where Did Lucy Go? – is essentially a five-part jam sesh full of upbeat and fluid tunes. It represents the indigo generation’s journey to shamanic initiation through the use of psychedelic drugs. The album is based in the philosophy of Terence McKenna, whose main point is to use drugs as an educational tool, rather than a means to get fucked up.

“The idea is helping them realize that they are seeking something bigger and hence, the reason for the substance use and sometimes abuse in our scene,” Hahn said. “We are trying to direct them in understanding that the substances are there to teach us and that they must be used with respect and intention or they will destroy the user.”

Perhaps that why Molly, Where Did Lucy Go? is a liquid trip on music notes all its own. The songs are uplifting, dance-tastic and trimmed with electro beats and bass. You can literally close your eyes to “Part 1 (It Seems Beautiful)” and feel it raining brightly colored flowers.

The double album release marks The Nadis Warriors’ second and third official releases. Their first recording, Communal Fire EP, came out in April of this year.

All in all, the double release of Shamanic Invocations and Molly, Where Did Lucy Go? is a milestone in the music scene. Both albums are completely original, remarkably innovative and give the listener tunnel vision on contentment. After all, that’s what they are supposed to do.

“Our job as a band is to create an experience where the audience is part of this communal moment,” Hahn said, “Where we all can create a community of healing, sharing, caring, and love together.”

The Nadis Warriors will be at Trees with Boombox on Nov. 13. - DfDub Report


If you’re a fan of the Nadis Warriors, then 10/10/10 was marked in your calendar months ago. For all of you who are reading this story because you were intrigued by the artwork or curious about the band name, prepare to have your mind elucidated. Austin natives The Nadis Warriors released a pair of albums for free Sunday that explore deep into the human psyche and unleash the undeniable feeling of ecstasy.

The band wrote the albums to spread one message in two separate parts. Shamanic Invocations is a wake-up call to the inner Shaman, or yogi of the indigo generation. The indigo generation encompasses the current generation of young adults whose aura shine with a blue tint. The indigos, also known as the crystal children, were predicted to come when the earth had hit its critical point, and save the planet and its people by means of peace and unification.

Jason Hahn, producer/DJ, told dfDubReport that Shamanic Invocations is meant to awaken this generation and facilitate recognition of its meaningful role in changing the state of the world. The record is as soothing as it is dark; even a bit eerie at points. Its rooted in tribal beats, heavy drum and twisted glitch, giving it a meditative and pensive ere.

Its counterpart — Molly, Where Did Lucy Go? – is essentially a five-part jam sesh full of upbeat and fluid tunes. It represents the indigo generation’s journey to shamanic initiation through the use of psychedelic drugs. The album is based in the philosophy of Terence McKenna, whose main point is to use drugs as an educational tool, rather than a means to get fucked up.

“The idea is helping them realize that they are seeking something bigger and hence, the reason for the substance use and sometimes abuse in our scene,” Hahn said. “We are trying to direct them in understanding that the substances are there to teach us and that they must be used with respect and intention or they will destroy the user.”

Perhaps that why Molly, Where Did Lucy Go? is a liquid trip on music notes all its own. The songs are uplifting, dance-tastic and trimmed with electro beats and bass. You can literally close your eyes to “Part 1 (It Seems Beautiful)” and feel it raining brightly colored flowers.

The double album release marks The Nadis Warriors’ second and third official releases. Their first recording, Communal Fire EP, came out in April of this year.

All in all, the double release of Shamanic Invocations and Molly, Where Did Lucy Go? is a milestone in the music scene. Both albums are completely original, remarkably innovative and give the listener tunnel vision on contentment. After all, that’s what they are supposed to do.

“Our job as a band is to create an experience where the audience is part of this communal moment,” Hahn said, “Where we all can create a community of healing, sharing, caring, and love together.”

The Nadis Warriors will be at Trees with Boombox on Nov. 13. - DfDub Report


The Nadis Warriors approached the stage with a fire in their eyes, they were poised and ready to kick this party into high gear. Blending together funk, disco, psychedelic rock, jungle rhythms, Tibetan singing bowls, and a mean helping of up-tempo dance beats, The Nadis Warriors did just that. Of particular highlight were mash ups with Pink Floyd’s Another Brick in the Wall, and Stayin’ Alive by the Bee Gees. The Nadis Warriors were joined on-stage by an incredible dance group, the Jennifer Ayers troupe.
- The Low Down (Kevin Bradbury)


The Nadis Warriors approached the stage with a fire in their eyes, they were poised and ready to kick this party into high gear. Blending together funk, disco, psychedelic rock, jungle rhythms, Tibetan singing bowls, and a mean helping of up-tempo dance beats, The Nadis Warriors did just that. Of particular highlight were mash ups with Pink Floyd’s Another Brick in the Wall, and Stayin’ Alive by the Bee Gees. The Nadis Warriors were joined on-stage by an incredible dance group, the Jennifer Ayers troupe.
- The Low Down (Kevin Bradbury)


Discography

Communal Fire Ep (4/10)
Live at Wakarusa (6/10)
Live at Nocturnal (9/10)
Shamanic Invocations Lp (10/10)
Molly, Where Did Lucy Go? Lp(10/10)

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With a sound that defies genre definition, the Nadis Warriors are taking the country by storm, showcasing their unique sound and scene changing message to the masses. One of the few musical acts to perform onstage with artist Alex Grey, their eclectic mix of musical layers incorporates Tibetan singing bowls, tablas, live guitar and keys to create an electronic excursion through healing and dance.