Funk

Ellis Williams: Call To Battle

     Ellis Williams was introduced to music by his mother, who would allow a young 5 year old Ellis to sit in on her studio sessions. By 13 he began to take instruction on the trumpet and some years later would find himself releasing his first recorded offering, 2014's Euphoria.... Read more
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Ellis Williams: Call To Battle

Ellis Williams 2015 Jazz Fusion offering. ... Read more
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Here Come The Mummies: Cryptic

Here Come The Mummies offer up their latest fantastic release, Cryptic. The album contains 12 new tracks from the band that show off HCTM’s funk rock style that can be placed up their with Funkadelic and Infectious Groove.... Read more
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Lou Lou White: Soulless, Selfish, Nasty Woman

Lou Lou White is a French singer who has made the move from France to make her home here in the glitz and glamour of Las Vegas.... Read more
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Johan Randén: Summary

Summary is the perfect title for Johan Randén’s third studio album because it is a diverse presentation of instrumental tracks lead by Randén and his guitar.... Read more
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Dave Painchaud: Tales Told And Journeys Imagined

Dave Painchaud’s Tales Told And Journeys Imagined begins a bit soft for me as it opens on a Funk Jazz implosion titled Making An Entrance. It’s fantastic on its own merits mind you, but nothing I haven’t heard from this genre before.... Read more
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Foxy Shazam: The Church of Rock and Roll

“When I listen to a Foxy Shazam record I think of Evel Knievel, Bruce Springsteen, my childhood, Van Morrison, my old friends from high school I don’t talk to anymore, Elton John, the ’50s, ’60s, ’70s, ’80s, ’90s and beyond, Iggy Pop and my first kiss.” - Eric Nally, ... Read more
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