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A 7 piece bombardment of good time funkiness and soul. Heavy in horns and Hammond organ.

Festival specialists! New Mini-album Coming out soon!

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Upcoming gigs
Saturday 4th May 18:55 MacMoray Festival, Elgin
Saturday 6th July - Bandstand, Nairn
26th July - Belladrum Tartan Heart festival
(20:00 to 21:00 Icehouse stage. 22:00 Burke n Hare)
27th July - Belladrum Tartan Heart Festival (22:00 Burke n Hare) 
Sunday 28th July - post Bella Sunday session Takeover @ The Bandstand, Nairn 18:00
Saturday 14th Dec - OXMAS party at Bandstand, Nairn

Receiving UK and European national Radio play, has been much appreciated, notably (being big UK radio fans) by our favourite shows on BBC Radio 2, 4, 6 & Scotland (with a special note to the radio presenters who went out of their way to make such kind comments about our records and also music magazine's, fanzines etc)

Reviews of our new EP Hypocrisy & Hope:-

"Give thanks!" Craig Charles (bbc6music radio funk and soul show)

"Absolutely irresistible!" francesco adinolfi - beat connection rai radio 1 Italy

"Stormin" BBC Radio Scotland Jazz House

"Cool Grooves" Shindig Magazine

"Stormin! A British horn driven soul delivered with passion, class and the authenticity of Stax" Heavy Soul Mag

Reviews of our EP Boy Angus:-

"Very very good indeed" Paul Jones BBC radio 2

"A banger! And it's great!" Craig Charles (bbc6music radio funk and soul show)

“Love that energy. If you’re not awake yet, well this will do it!” Ravi Sagoo BBC Radio Scotland

"Funky bunch of chaps, we like that" Stephen Duffy (the jazz house bbc radio Scotland)

"Dexy's with a touch of the Style Council" Huffington Post

"Brilliant" jim gellatly amazing radio

"Time for some early morning soul" Tom morton (BBC radio Scotland )

"Fecking if Booker T and The MG’s were a pub band" sussed magazine

"Storming diamond of an EP" scootering magazine

"Nice!" Heavy soul mag.

"very nice indeed" Wayne Hemingway (Designer & Vintage Festival Head)

"throw everything but the kitchen sink into this fiery floorshaker" mark raison - monkey picks

Based in the north of Scotland. A 7 piece bombardment of good time funkiness. Heavy in horns and Hammond organ
Releasing eclectic sounds on vinyl through record label Village Sunsets Records. If you want to shoe horn us into a genre then try "rhythm n beat"
Vocals, Guitars / Andy Oxbow
Organ Grinder, blues harp n Vocals /Daryl Short
Trombone, Vocals / Kenny Shand
Bass / Marcin
Drums / Kev Martin
Percussion / Neil Smith
Sax / James Younie

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