The Vaporizers
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The Vaporizers

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"Bacon" demo CD

Vaporize This
Mr. Magic by Grover Washington Jr.
Higher Ground by Stevie Wonder



Almost a year in the making, Dartech and The Vaporizers have showcased their creativity on many stages and are enticing fans to follow them wherever they go. Whatever the musical affair; be it pop, funk, or jazz—The Vaporizers have it covered.
It’s no wonder that all of their original tunes are multi-stylistic. All of these musicians have had ample stage time with every type of band and genre, from traditional jazz to death metal. As a result, every tune is fresh, written or arranged in such a way as to keep the listener engaged at all times. Modern spins are taken on Herbie Hancock’s “Watermelon Man” and Grover Washington Jr’s “Mr. Magic”, as well as The Meter’s “Cissy Strutt”, but turning older tunes into something new is just the beginning. Original progressive funk tunes help define the band’s sound as all-around musicians. Littered with chord changes and lead lines, these tunes require the band to seamlessly transition from one feel to another, coming up with specific orchestration. Originals also include “S.W.E.D.”, a powerful groove tune , as well as “AK-47”, a tune conceived at one of the first jam sessions.

The band has brought its unique energy to many venues, including The Monkey Bar (Danbury, CT), Daniel Street (Milford, CT), Acoustic Café (Bridgeport, CT), The Blue (Bridgeport, CT), Martinis (Orange, CT), Hat City Music Festival (Danbury, CT) and The Norwalk Oyster Festival (in April Rose’s band and featured as The Vaporizers). Band members are no strangers to playing out, and among the places individual members have played are BB King’s (New York, NY), Scullers Jazz Club (Boston, MA), Tuxedo Junction (Danbury, CT), and Toad’s Place (New Haven, CT).