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Riot Jazz Brass Band - Sousamaphone (2013) Lossless

11-09-2013, 15:48
Jazz | Soul | Funk | FLAC / APE



Riot Jazz Brass Band - Sousamaphone (2013) Lossless

Artist: Riot Jazz Brass Band
Title Of Album: Sousamaphone
Year Of Release: 2013
Label: First Word Records
Genre: Jazz, Funk, Soul
Quality: FLAC
Total Time: 32:01 min
Total Size: 406 MB

Tracklist:

01. Slinky
02. Corn On The Cob
03. Wey Oh!
04. Suspicious Bulge
05. Paradox
06. Girls From Petrcane
07. I've Got A Sousamaphone
08. Necropolis

Drums – Steve Pycroft
Sousaphone – Pete Robinson
Trombone – Ed Horsey, Rich McVeigh, Tim Cox
Trumpet – Lucian Amos, Nick Walters, Sam Warner

Following on from their storming debut single in May, Riot Jazz Brass Band are back with a full-length album of horn-fuelled dancefloor heaters. The Manchester-based group have been making waves for 5 years now, blowing away audiences across Europe with their infectious live shows. Based around the creative nucleus of Nick Walters (Trumpet) and Steve Pycroft (Drums) they take their influences from the likes of Hot 8 Brass Band and Hypnotic Brass Ensemble, adding an unmistakably Mancunian twist.

The live shows are fronted by crowd favourite MC Chunky and their unstoppable vibe has seen them play at a host of festivals including Big Chill, Bestival, Glastonbury, Soundwave and Womad. Across nine tracks, the album showcases everything that’s great about the band. From the unstoppable grooves of uptempo cuts ‘Corn On The Cob’ and ‘Slinky’ to the deeper, tougher sounds of ‘Paradox’ and ‘Necropolis’ it’s quality all the way; all-killer no-filler! Look out for them at a festival near you in the coming months.





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