One word. Groovy! I’m guessing you want a bit more than that. Dead Groovy? Okay, okay…here’s the deal. Imagine if you took a blend of rock, soul, funk, and R&B and twisted it into new shapes, that out of those timeless building blocks you found a way to keep the memory of the likes of Sly and The Family Stone, Curtis Mayfield and perhaps even Talking Head honcho, David Byrne, alive…

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