Bored with jangly indie? Tuck into low slung bass lines, deep groves, magical rhythms, then chew on
Not a replication of the tunes on an LP to help flog copies, this was more of
an occasion in itís own right, with an unusual style of audience
participation. Any band that comes on stage and promptly starts to give away
part of itís rider is fine with me. I can live with that type of audience
participation, after all Iím a really shallow guy.
Appreciation does not need to be bought though, the music stands in itís
own right; the beats taking you along, rising to a high, falling back in
readiness for the next one.
Seven men, one small space. Jumbled rhythms tossed into a stir fry of
sounds, bass guitar, sax and synth & bird cage (yes). Further along from
baggy, free from musical prejudice, taking reference points from various
styles, these and Delakota lead the way