House of Waters dropped another video featuring a tune from their album, “Where I Wander,” which they released in May. “Breath” showcases the amazing interplay between Max ZT, Moto Fukushima, and Richie Barshay.
House of Waters is back with a new EP entitled “Where I Wander”. The band, consisting of Max ZT on hammered dulcimer and Moto Fukushima on six-string bass, compiled the album with two new songs, two reimagined songs, and an open improvisation.
I was thrilled to see this new video by House of Waters hit. I was even more excited to learn they have a new album coming. From “Where I Wander”, here’s the band performing “Moon.” Moto Fukushima’s playing on this is as smooth as silk (as always).
Gabriel Severn just sent us a video he created along with Federico Malaman, Nick Campbell, Moto Fukushima, and Noah Denton (with some help from Israel Strom on keys). It is short, but it is sweet.
Adamovic Basses has unveiled the latest in their Concept line of instruments with The Katana bass. The company has been developing it for several years, which advanced thanks to a collaboration with Moto Fukushima.
It is always a good day when a new House of Waters video hits. In this clip, the band performs “Together,” from their latest album, “Rising.” As always, bassist Moto Fukushima plays an equally impressive and beautiful part on the tune.
One of my favorite bands over the last few years is back with a new video. From their latest album, “Rising,” here’s House of Waters’ “Wedding Song”. Be sure to check out the incredible solo by Moto Fukushima on this one.
House of Waters just shared this incredible live clip of them performing “The Wall” live in the Czech Republic. The highlight for me was the mind-blowing solo by bassist Moto Fukushima.
House of Waters just shared a live performance video from their performance the Bremen Jazz Fest last year. As always, bassist Moto Fukushima and the band bring it!
House of Waters has returned with a new album called “Rising.” The innovative trio, anchored by bassist Moto Fukushima, is known for their unusual instrumentation and exploratory music.
We’re super excited there’s a new House of Waters album out. “When I Play” is the third track on “Rising,” and it features a beautiful solo by Moto Fukushima.
We were thrilled to see this new video by one of our favorite bands, House of Waters. In this clip, they perform “Kite,” from their upcoming album, “Rising.” Once again, the trio of Max ZT, Moto Fukushima, and Ignacio Rivas-Bixio offer up an incredible sound.