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Gainesville's Hundred Waters Runs Through Bardot on March 3

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Everyone in North Florida is straight freaking out about

this band Hundred Waters and its otherworldy indie sound.

Having just released a six-song EP, ironically titled EP, the group's being hailed as the best thing to hit the mean musical streets of Gainesville in a long time, and one of the best live acts to grace the college town's stages.

Hundred Waters also been called phenomenal by its fellow Gainesvillians at Grooveshark. And now the NoFla band's taking full advantage of this hype machine to fuel a regional tour, making a stop at Bardot on Saturday, March 3.

This six-piece combines multi-instrumentalism, three-part harmonies, and grand musical atmospheres, transporting its audiences to some magical place between Joanna Newsom, Tycho, and Fleet Foxes.

If the hype machine can be trusted, Hundred Waters will be blowing up big real soon. So take this chance to fill the ethereal, semi-digital neo-folk void in your life and see if all those crazy North Florida kids are right.

Download: Hundred Waters' "Boreal," "Me and Anodyne," and "Caverns"

Hundred Waters. Saturday, March 3. Bardot, 3456 N. Miami Ave., Miami. The show starts at 10 p.m. Call 305-576-7750 or visit bardotmiami.com.

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