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Dojo Cuts - The 1-2-3s



Dojo Cuts The 1-2-3s
Dojo Cuts - The 1-2-3s
(45/digi) Record Kicks RK45026, 2009-03-03

The latest newcomers in the worldwide deep funk scene come from Australia. If you're into The Bamboos, Kylie Auldist, Cooking on 3 Burners, Sharon Jones and the such, you'll dig Dojo Cuts!

Dojo Cuts The 1-2-3s
Dojo Cuts - The 1-2-3s
(45/digi) Record Kicks RK45026, 2009-03-03

Tracklisting :
A1. The 1-2-3s
B1. See And Don't See

Links :
myspace.com/dojocuts
recordkicks.com

Press Release :
Australia seems to be fast becoming the hottest frontier on the contemporary funk & soul scene, bands like Bamboos, Cooking on 3 Burners, Deep Street Soul, Kylie Auldist and djs like Russ Dwebury who moved his legendary Brighton Jazz Room clubnight are just some examples. Most likely candidates to became the brightest stars of this fast growing international scene are new Sydney based combo DOJO CUTS feat. young and powerful Roxie Ray on vocals... a new soulful little queen is borned! Here you find the first single "1-2-3" from debut album "DOJO CUTS feat Roxie Ray" to be released on RK in April and on the flipside a cover of Marie "Queenie" Lyons sister funk classic "See and don't see". If you dig Sharon Jones and Nicole Willis & the Soul Investigators better watch out for Dojo Cuts, Gabriel Roth and Neal Sugarman who already declared themselves fans of the band can't do wrong!
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Kingpin Kingpin ·  17 February 2009, 01:15

Damn, this is the shit! Nice nice groove. Brilliant vocals.

Funk_man Funk_man ·  15 May 2009, 14:02

These guys are great! I love listening to this album in my car, at home...ANYWHERE!

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