Lush vocals, huge synths, soulful harmonies and crisp beats come together in the unique sound of Treehaus. Started in 2013 as an electronic solo project by pianist/singer/producer Josh Jacobson, Treehaus has grown into a high-energy live band.
With a background in jazz and funk, the members of Treehaus are motivated by the ideal that a performance should offer more than just a re-creation of the record. Treehaus combines the energy and emotional immediacy of live instrumentation with the impact of electronics to provide a captivating performance.
Treehaus plays live as a trio, often joined by an evolving lineup of guest artists and collaborators. Drummer Andrew Marshall lends his own homegrown blend of 808s and energetic, often gospel-influenced acoustic drums, while Richard Emery fills out the sound on bass and guitar.
Treehaus released a debut full-length album, “Afterglow,” on June 3rd, 2014, and is currently based in Brooklyn.
"Equal parts fist pump-party and seductive piano dance"Read More
"Josh Jacobson is Treehaus, a combination of classically trained jazz chops, soulful vocals, and funky, electronic percussion."Read More
"Brooklyn Trio mixes the dynamics of James Blake, Nick Hakim and Bon Iver in this soulful, crisp, gospel ballad. Tasteful bass licks and sharp staccato drums compliment but do not overpower the lead singer’s crooning"Read More