Funk band Polyrhythmics returns to Eugene with Friday show at Hi-Fi Music Hall | Entertainment

Touring the West Coast after the release of their latest album, “Caldera,” the eight-piece funk band Polyrhythmics returns to Eugene on Friday.

Founded in 2010, the instrumental Polyrhythmics are known for their musical prowess and producing tight, danceable music that easily accomplishes the band’s goal to get the audience to “occupy the dance floor.”

The band is Ben Bloom (guitar), Grant Schroff (drums), Nathan Spicer (keys), Lalo Bello (percussion), Jason Gray (bass), Scott Morning (trumpet), Elijah Clark (trombone) and Art Brown (sax and flute).

“Caldera” features a merging of the band’s live show energy with studio sophistication. With with lively brass, mesmerizing percussion and tight grooves, the songs show off each of the group’s eight distinct musical voices that creates their signature blend of funk, soul, psychedelic rock, R&B, progressive jazz, and Afrobeat.

The 21-or-older show starts at 9 p.m. Friday, Nov. 17 at Hi-Fi Music Hall, 44 E. Seventh Ave. Tickets are $12 in advance ( hifimusichall.com ) and $15 day of the show at the door.

Learn more and listen: www.polyrhythmics.com

Follow Michelle Maxwell on Twitter @MichelleAtTheRG . Email michelle.maxwell@registerguard.com .

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