We've been in our favourite studio AGAIN!
😁 Thanks to the generosity of Ron and Kay Stewart - we have been able to get back into the studio - refining 3 new songs... Such a brilliant time! So look out for the releases over the next few months - and the new "Where's Wally Band" photos that have come out of the studio time. Putting together the favourite studio and photographer is pretty efficient.
Thanks Matrix Digital for hosting us, and to Reef Reid of Radar Photography for some great Clicky Snapperer moments!
<- April 2022
YEP! COMING SOON!
2021 SINGLES - CLICK FOR A LISTEN
Working on the Line:
Punching slap bass riff, catchy as heck, and standout guitar and sax solos:
Age and Attitude:
80's power ballad for the win!
Contains dangerous sax:
That Brilliant Thing:
Think Andrews Sisters meet trombone.
All about that forgotten thought:
LATEST VIDEO - 2021 - WORKING ON THE LINE
WORKING ON THE LINE.
Hey there! 😁 One Wednesday, full of pizza, cameraderie and burps, Chris started with a slap bass riff. Shan dropped in a cheeky keys riff over the top of it and suddenly we were walking to work past a wolf whistler with attitude. And when we got to work, the boss was a bit “I’m all that” too.
The theme of the song is. “Hey! I’m just working/walking here”. Hope you boogie to it with abandon, like we do! 🕺🏻 💃
LATEST ALBUM - HOW HUMANS THINK - 2020
"...that ass-kicking brassy funk they're known for, and do so well, is still front and centre... a wonderful mix of thoughtful ballads and irrepressible dance tunes offering wry observations on life."
CLAIRE SYMONDS Freelance Journalist
''The first thing I noticed was the outstanding amount of work and love which has gone into the packaging of the CD.
...an original compilation of well written lyrics and tight production. A clean cohesive, yet rich sound radiates forth with masses of warmth. This is an album with a touch of sass and a sunny disposition."
CORRINE R Muzic.net.nz
Ordinary Days is a slick, smooth collection of beautifully composed lyrics, Julie has a wonderfully melodic voice, which is enhanced by her backing vocalists and band.
I found the whole album enjoyable, the lyrics and composition captivated me. This is honest and upbeat and Julie's pride and love of music shines through in every song. Corinner Muzic.net.nz
Ordinary Days is a dense, eclectic album. There is no doubt about that. It's quite epic in scope. I thought the musicianship and production was superb. Highly recommended. Matt Jensen divideandconquer.com
It’s great to hear some funky pop-rock with good old fashioned backing vocals and horn parts too. A class act made all the better by the joi-de-vivre it encapsulates and projects. Bing Turkby, NZ Musician Magazine