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    Dirtwire Ghostcatcher Tour with Bloomurian at The Top Hat

    Dirtwire Ghostcatcher Tour 2023 with Bloomurian at The Top Hat in Missoula on January 6, 2023
    Logjam Presents welcomes Dirtwire for a live concert performance at the Top Hat on Friday, January 6

    January 6, 2023 @ 10:00 pm January 7, 2023 @ 1:00 am

    Logjam Presents welcomes Dirtwire for a live concert performance at the Top Hat on Friday, January 6.

    Tickets on sale at The Top Hatonline, or by phone at 800-514-3849. All tickets are general admission standing room only with limited bench seating. All ages are welcome.

    Additional ticketing and venue information can be found here.

    $25 Advance Tickets (+ applicable fees) / $28 Day of Show
    134 W. Front Street
    Missoula, Montana 59802 United States
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    406-728-9865
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    About Dirtwire
    Dirtwire stands poised between ancient Mother Earth and modern technology, a blend of ethnomusicology and the psychedelic trance state, gut-bucket delta blues and what the band variously dubs “back-porch space cowboy blues, swamptronica, and electro-twang.” It’s a sound informed by Dirtwire’s travels and performances around the globe, where East meets West and North joins South. From the favelas in Brazil, Femi Kuti’s Shrine in Lagos, Tokyo’s bluegrass clubs, Ayahuasca ceremonies in Central America, Gamelan performances in Bali, desert festivals in the Australian Outback, and the 20th anniversary of Kazakhstan’s modernized new capital Astana, the band spreads its message by building bridges across musical cultures in their own unique way.

    Dirtwire plays an array of instruments both ancient and modern, including West African kamale ngonis, jaw harps, space fiddles, whamola basses, Rickenbacher electric 12 string guitars, bowed Banjos and mouth harps from around the globe, all interwoven into modern laptop beat creation. Hailing from the underground west coast electronic bass music scene Dirtwire finds itself at the forefront of experimental electronic music production mixing in their wide array of world instruments with sampled beats and 808’s. Dirtwire’s live shows are a communal psychedelic journey, ranging from down home boot stomping get downs, to bass and blues electronic mashups, to ethereal cinematic beat driven soundscapes. Woven into each is the exploration of where live instruments meet computer production, and where tradition meets experimentation. 


    GHOSTCATCHER TOUR WITH BLOOMURIAN

    Ghostcatcher tour with Bloomurian Image

    About Bloomurian

    Bloomurian is the electronic music & DJ project of Robin Liepman (Bloom), originally from California, and currently Colorado based. Bloomurian‘s sound ranges from Ecstatic Dance, World Bass, Trip-Hop, Glitchy, Psy-Dub, & Trap, to face-melting, heart-opening, soul-awakening multidimensional frequencies.

    Bloomurian is a local favorite in Boulder, CO, and DJs ecstatic dances, concerts, festivals, and retreats worldwide. Bloomurian weaves original tracks, collaborations, remixes, and tasteful selections, into a rich tapestry of sonic alchemy, always tuning in to the ideal vibe for each particular event and audience.

    Bloomurian reads the energy of the moment and steers the spaceship in the direction most conducive to ecstatic states of awakening and embodied movement medicine. The vibe can get down dark and dirty, light vibrant and uplifting, psychedelic, transformational, and worldly, depending on the frequency of the moment.

    Bloom has shared the stage, opened, and closed for many notable artists including: Dirtwire, Amani (Desert Dwellers/Liquid Bloom), Porangui, Rising Appalachia, Mike Love, Gone Gone Beyond, Phutureprimitive, Kaya Project, Savej, Erothyme, Equanimous, Skysia, Dillard, Volo, Scott Nice, Ryan Herr, Momentology, Pere (Tribone), and DJ Bushman (founder of Envision Festival), Lavender Fields, Sierra Marin, Matthew Human & the Human Revolution, and Blossomn.

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