The section on the musical Venn Diagram where funk, krautrock, soul and 60’s garage rock all meet is, to be fair, an extremely tight space to fit a band into. But if you do manage to find this rare and elusive space, put it under the microscope and look very closely, you will see the face of Charlton Lane smiling back at you from within that sonic enclave…

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