Disciples of Groove: Disciples of Groove

April 29, 2007

Disciples of Groove: Disciples of Groove

Disciples of Groove
Disciples of Groove
Vineland, NJ
www.DisciplesOfGroove.net

If you’re looking for some tunes to tickle the funky, fresh, dance jam side of your musical aura, well then stop looking foo’: its right here! There are a lot of progressive funk bands out there, but Disciples of Groove has a nice blend of almost everything in their music, including the crazy blips of dialogue inserted with hip-hop precision and catchy melodies that have you humming along while dancing wherever you choose to listen to your records. For fans of the jazzier side of Jurassic 5 plus for the local folk, The Blue Method. The sax is great! And their lyrics jump from rapping to singing without missing a beat. To make things grayer, they have nice rock out guitar sessions to clarify that this is a progressive funk rock band. Basically, they make sure to cover all facets to appease your musical preference so it’s almost impossible to find something you don’t like in each and every one of their songs. The multi-faceted rhythm section doesn’t hurt either. The lyrics on “Company Policy” are pretty funny, and the song is catchy to boot. The bass and the sax on that track are especially melodic and have their own thing going on, but it works really well for the rest of the song. If you dance on over to their website, you can hit refresh and listen to a different track each time if you’re curious as to what they feed eardrums these days. Plus they have outlets on many other sites where you can snag a listen, but hit up CD Baby to get your own copy. So don’t fret if you’re brainwashed by commercial radio with hip-hop in your head constantly, or even if you’re not conforming and allow the rock to flow more freely from your speakers – be in any musical mood you wish, Disciples of Groove will hit that taste bud and get your booty shakin’.

by Iris Karasick


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