The Lime Traders have a sound that’s hard to describe. It comes from such a
strange and diverse
background, you can’t help but wonder what mood will fall on you
as the next note plays. Almost genre
less, yet familiar, it has a way of seamlessly replacing the soundtrack to your
inner monologue. With
members as diverse as the music they play, The Lime Traders are making music wit
h no boundaries.
Originating somewhere in Texas, they found each other through a variety
of circumstances, becoming a
close group of friends all together in a town far from the scene. They decided t
o spend sundays creating
their own unique sound and batch of songs over a wood burning stove,
cold drinks and plenty of pizza.
Sooner than later they had enough material to consider recording the coll
Described as a number of things, the wide array of influences make it hard to pin
point exactly what to
call The Lime Traders. A duo of soulful vocalists harmonizing over a d
uo of heavy blues guitars, with a
foundation of deep bass and a groovy pocket to sit it all in make
it hard not to dance along. Their live
shows have a habit of forming a large and receptive crowd that gathers at the fron
t, curious about the
new groove they can’t help but stomp their feet to.
Making noise in a scene filled with some truly amazing bands, The Lime Traders
are sure to be here for a
while. Come to a show and see why for yourself.