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The new spatio-temporal adventure from the Grasslers

About the project

The new spatio-temporal adventure from the Grasslers is on its way. After a successful crowdfunding campain in 2017 to finance the shooting of their very first video, the Grasslers try their luck again on Ulule.

(First video directed by Stef Mérat, thanks to the Ulule contributors).

But this time, it’s for the recording of their first album.

Whether you are one of their most loyal aficionados or you’re discovering them right now, you are invited to take part in their all-new spatio- temporal adventure !

What are the funds for?

We hope your help to collect funds for :

  • Recording 1’200€ (allready payed by the band)
  • Mixing 800€ (allready payed by the band)
  • Mastering 600€
  • CD Pressing 979€
  • Royalties [SACEM/SDRM] 567€
  • Compensations 940€
  • Ulule commission (8%) 247€

About the project owner

Coming straight from the Var West, The Grasslers is a band whose generous, rhythmic music targets a wide audience. Worthy descendants of Davy Crocket and Tom Sawyer, they combine the Pop-Rock style with that of Folk Bluegrass US Traditional music. Their universe at the crossroads between Tarantino and O'Brother offers a total change of scenery and their swing delivers an energy able to move any "hard ass" / "Soggy Bottom Boy"!

Born in the spring of 2016, after a little bunch of passionate musicians meet each other, The Grasslers settled quietly in the sound landscape of southern France. Barely a year after their debut in the bars and local scenes, they are already programmed in country, rock and vintage festivals all over the region (South Vintage, Country Roque, Rendez-vous).

A simple and efficient concept :
- 5 string instruments [Banjo - Mandolin - Violin - Guitar - Bass]
- 5 powerful and warm voices
- Traditional American Bluegrass folk music songs
- Songs from the Pop / Rock Anglo-Saxon repertoire from the 70s to today, that everyone knows (Police, The Beatles, Depeche Mode and Nirvana of course)