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David Wax Museum plays a dynamic hybrid of Mexican and American folk. It’s an energetic and infectious blend of crisp rhythms, organ, horns, drums, and traditional Mexican instruments. Knock Knock Get Up, the group's third release, has the same joyous feel as its previous two, yet with more adventurous arrangements and textures. Here the band injects primitive percussion, fuzzy electric guitars, and scattered field recordings that add depth and mystery to its sound. There are also Caribbean and Brazilian influences in places. David Wax and Sue Slezak form the core of the band, and they're joined by multi-instrumentalist Greg Glassman. Wax is an engaging singer, and he and Slezak harmonize superbly throughout. The band is agile, tight, and unpredictable. “Wondrous Love” is an ethereal ballad sung beautifully by Slezak. “A Dog in this Fight” is stark and taut, and “The Rumors Are True” is elaborate chamber pop. The David Wax Museum has crafted and claimed a rich sound all its own.

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One of my favorite bands EVER!

I first saw The David Wax Museum at a house concert in Williamstown, MA. They blew me away and I've been a die hard fan since. If you're looking for something new and original, then download all their albums. You won't regret it!

Knock Knock. Get up

My wife & I just saw them live. They were energetic (verging on pulsating), endearing, and a truly unique sound that makes you feel more than you were before seeing and hearing and,really, experiencing them.


One word: Grammy.


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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