Performance with Industrial Revelation

Friday, October 9, 2015
7:00 – 8:00 pm

Frye Galleries

Celebrating their tenth anniversary as a band, and the release of their new album, Liberation and the Kingdom of Nri, see Industrial Revelation's premiere performance of their latest release. Two performances will take place this evening for two separate audiences. Frye Art Museum presented a performance by Evan Flory Barnes, including Ahamefule J. Oluo, during Mw [Moment Magnitude], 2012.

About the artists

Industrial Revelation is drummer D'Vonne Lewis, grandson of Seattle R&B pioneer Dave Lewis (1938-1998); bassist Evan Flory-Barnes; trumpeter Ahamefule J. Oluo; and keyboardist Josh Rawlings. Together they forge an easily accessible yet difficult-to-categorize sound that merges elements of jazz, hip-hop, electronica, and the indefinable. The individual members' key strengths are mastery of their chosen instruments, sophisticated yet earthy compositional skills, and their backgrounds in both formal study and persistent live performance backgrounds.

Photo: Chris Davis


This event is now at capacity. We will operate standby ticketing on a first come, first served basis beginning 30 minutes prior to the event.