Aquaphonics is its own sound. Described as "a well stewed brew of jazz, funk, and electronica; with a dash of 'indie-dance-pop', and just the right amount of soul," the sound is saturated and flowing; holding to its namesake. Unique yet not unfamiliar, this high-energy, dance-party cocktail goes down smooth every time.
Aquaphonics has boasted several different members, and has worn several different skins, yet to this day retains its original, liquid, "Aquaphonics Sound." It also is still comprised of founding members Jessiah Weston; the drumming powerhouse, and Alan Martinke; renowned piano/keyboardist, who have been melding their music since 2000. That sound shifted subtley and Aquaphonics re-emerged on the public scene in 2009 after addition of unique and dynamic guitarist Steve Elmore. Aquaphonics is ready to soar to new heights with their all new jazz-electro-soul inspired song writing, and they are well on their way.
They have recently been spotted at a Phish after-party and sharing the stage with acts like The New Mastersounds, the lee boys, the heavy pets and Perpetual Groove, including a cameo with Brock Butler and Adam Perry, coined "Perpetual Phonics," and were an exciting newcomer at the highly anticipated Bear Creek Music and Arts Festival. And now 2011 is be an exciting year for this emerging South Florida talent.