Diggin Dirt, Oriri & The Soulhouse Crew, Scarlett Falls

Diggin Dirt

Oriri & The Soulhouse Crew

Scarlett Falls

Saturday, December 29

Doors: 8:30 pm / Show: 9:15 pm

$10

This event is 21 and over

  • 9:15 - Oriri & The Soulhouse Crew
  • 10:00 - Scarlett Falls 
  • 11:00 - Diggin Dirt 

Diggin Dirt
Diggin Dirt
Reminiscent of James Brown, and Sly and the Family Stone, Diggin Dirt, is a band that is very well known around Humboldt County and the Pacific Northwest for uniquely blending together their influences that range from funk to blues to reggae to psychedelic-rock, to make something that is all together new and old sounding at the same time. Diggin Dirt are an 8 piece band with tight horns and an even tighter rhythm section and they never fail to keep the dance floor moving all night long. Excitement, top notch stage presence, and high quality original songs are sure to be delivered in more than adequate dosages with Diggin Dirt on stage. Whether you intend to or not, Diggin Dirt will have you moving from your head to your toes if you happen to find yourself in the same room as this extremely funky powerhouse of a band.
Oriri & The Soulhouse Crew
Oriri & The Soulhouse Crew
Oriri was born in Nigeria. He got his start in music as a keyboard player for his fathers afro highlife band. He spent many years composing and recording original music with his fathers Ulele Power Sound group and always wanted to do the same with other musicians.

The Soulhouse Crew was formed in early 2018 in Culver City, California and is made up of musicians with diverse international roots.
Oriri (Guitar, Vocals) as already stated was born in Benin City, Nigeria in West Africa. Natsumi (keys) is a Japanese classical trained pianist. Nick (Bass) is a first generation Argentine American with a music degree from Cal State LA. Andre (Drums) is a multi-instrumentalist from Minneapolis and Adam (Guitar) is California native with strong roots in Mexico. This chance union of diverse musician makes the groups message of love and human connection strong as evident in their songs “Color Blind” and “Benin to Memphis”.
Oriri and The Soulhouse Crew will be playing a blend of Afro Rock, Soul and Ska music with influence from Fela Kuti, Bob Marley and all the millions of sounds they have come across in the world. “We look forward to sharing a fun time with you filled with relatable song themes and soulful reflective melodies to go with it”
For more info on Oriri’s local gigs and to purchase tickets, check out Oriri’s Instagram @oririmusic.
Scarlett Falls
Scarlett Falls
Scarlet Falls are a Los Angeles-based, eclectic rock band who have been garnering great reviews since they started gigging around the greater LA area in 2018. ​
Starting as a duo, Skye Butterfield and Fletch Crossman played their first gigs at the Grafton Lounge on the Sunset Strip, playing original material with just a piano and vocals, and attracting a loyal following from locals. JJ Ross soon joined up to provide percussion, and as their sound became fuller they started looking around for a bassist. ​
When William Olivas joined the band - originally a guitarist, but adapting quickly to the role of bass player - the lineup was complete. Creating finely crafted contemporary songs with touches of traditional jazz and tight harmonies, Scarlet Falls have developed a distinctive sound that has been winning audiences from the Sunset Strip to the Silverlake Lounge. ​
They may still be a new band, but their songs are timeless and their live performances are electrifying. Catch them while they're still local!
Venue Information:
The Mint
6010 West Pico Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA, 90035
http://www.themintla.com/