When: Sat., June 21, 11 a.m.-10 p.m. 2014
Defined in real terms, Grant Eadie’s music, which he plays under the moniker Manatee Commune, would be considered misty, ethereal, dreamy electro-pop. Sometimes there’s “ohhs” and “ahhs” over beats that ebb and flow like waves. Sometimes it sounds like monkeys are squawking over foggy chords. If you want vocals, this isn’t for you. But Manatee Commune — which has only been around a little more than a year and already has been booked at the Capitol Hill Block Party and Bumbershoot — has a lot to offer the person looking to be swallowed by sound that creates an atmosphere. Now residing in Bellingham, the Spokane native comes back to headline Bazaar this weekend.