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The music of the David Wax Museum is a rhythmic stew of American and Mexican folk traditions with a dash of Eastern European influences mixed in. The inventive arrangements on Everything Is Saved blend piano, horns, guitars, violin, accordion, upright bass, and some traditional Mexican instruments into an energetic and charming work. The cross-pollination is most overt on “Chuchumbe,” with its handclaps and lively percussion, the mariachi horns of “That’s Not True,” and the melody line of the stuttering “Yes, Maria, Yes,” but it also pops up in the infectious sing-along chorus “Born With a Broken Heart” and the rousing waltz “Unfruitful.” Balancing out the feel-good stompers are the sweetly textured ballads “Look What You’ve Done to Me,” “Lavender Street,” and “The Least I Can Do,” which also highlight the close harmony singing of band leaders David Wax and Suz Slezak. Everything Is Saved is their third release and their best effort yet in capturing each side of this talented band.

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Incredible

If you think Mumford & Sons is good, you haven't yet heard David Wax. This band is by far the most original I've seen in any live performance and I can't stop listening to both of their recent releases, Carpenter Bird and Everything is Saved. Their music offers a wild variety of most all genres and intermixes two cultures, american and mexican, in a genius and engaging way. Cannot say enough about David Wax Museum.

Grab this up!

Just got my first taste of this group live in Charlottesville. Amazing show! Very unique style; tons of energy and talent. Will wait impatiently to catch them again. Don't hesitate to buy their stuff

Must Buy

The David Wax Museum is simply phenomenal. Pick this album up immediately to get a taste of their eclectic style.

Biography

Formed: 2008 in Boston, MA

Genre: Singer/Songwriter

Years Active: '00s, '10s

While a student at Harvard University, singer/songwriter David Wax nurtured his burgeoning interest in Mexican folk music by taking frequent trips south of the border to further his musical studies. After meeting singer and fiddler Suz Slezak back in Cambridge, Wax fused his Mexican-inspired songs with Slezak's Appalachian and Irish influences in a style they dubbed "Mexo-Americana." Under the name David Wax Museum, the two released their debut LP, I Turned Off Thinking About, in 2008 and began touring...
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