Sounds Like: Thievery Corporation, Phish, Feist, STS9, Fat Freddy's Drop
Bio: The Dharma Initiative is unlike anything you’ve ever heard. This band out of Hampton Roads, Va is fronted by husband and wife duo Megan Sloggie and Zach Moats and amplified by the powerful lead guitar of Mikey Famiglietti and the rock solid drumming of Jeremy Nardozzi. The Dharma Initiative exerc...See Full Bio
The Dharma Initiative has a show on 01/24/2015 at 10:00 PM @ County Grill &... in Yorktown, VA http://www.reverbnation.com/q/5iorpr #concert
“Since releasing The Constant in 2011, Zach and Megan Moats have been the hardest working musicians in Coastal Virginia. The duo got married in 2012, launched their side project The Lovecats in 2013, made several lineup changes to The Dharma Initiative, and played hundreds of shows along the way. It’s hard to pin down what makes Dharma and the Lovecats such great bands, but whatever it is it works and the couple show no signs of slowing down. The easiest label for the Dharma Initiative is jamband, but that term (like so many others) loses its utility as you dig deeper into the group’s playing. To my ear the band’s greatness is its ability to sound like ten different bands in any given night. When they play reggae they sound like a band that plays reggae all night long. When they venture into the EDM side of bands like STS9 and Big Gigantic, they sound like an untz untz band. And when they slow it down and sing a song they sound like the good old Grateful Dead.”
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Q: You guys coming to Tennessee anytime soon?
A: We don't have anything in the works, but we'd love to come down there. Do you have any specific venues in mind? We can contact them and try and make it happen!
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