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Just found these guys on bandsoup.com. Good’ol rocking song.
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Picture Tom Waits and Snoop Dogg in a 68 Camaro driving from New Orleans to LA, and it’s all being filmed by David Lynch. This is the voo doo smoke that seeps from The RainDoggs’ jaws and paws.
Larisa & The Raindoggs are primaraly a duo made up of Larisa Montanaro on VOX & Raindogg as producer & bassist. They stitch together a little bit of R&B/Soul with an array of influences ranging from Tom Waits, Snoop Dogg, The Heavy, Sharon Jones & The Dap-Kings, The Lounge Lizards, Amy Winehouse and more…
LNTG is fast becoming an online sensation thanks to you and his thousands of followers on Soundcloud. [Over 230,000 plays and counting.]
His re-edit works show his productions skills and impeccable song choices, staying true to the original material and breathing new life into the tracks.
The Heavy release ‘What Makes A Good Man? single today. Check it out on Spotify, buy it on iTunes.
One of my “Calm Down” feel good songs.
“My purpose for music is positive social change,” says Orange County, California native Aloe Blacc. “Even if the music itself does not explicitly express anything that may signify positive social change, the product of the music will.” He is speaking in general terms regarding his career, but more specifically about the circumstances surrounding his upcoming album, Good Things, co-written by the versatile vocalist and songwriter in conjunction with the in-house production team at Truth & Soul Records.
Having scalded listeners’ ears with sonic lava on Budos I and stung them with venomous frequencies on Budos II, The Budos Band delivers on their promise to spread the epidemic of “Budos Fever” far and wide with the release of The Budos Band III. The cobra is poised to strike if anyone dares challenge The Budos on their quest. And, if there was ever any question whether the brotherhood of The Budos is instrumental afro-soul royalty, the Chateau de Budos that graces the back cover of The Budos Band III assures all that the group is strong – unstoppable even – and will use all of nature’s power to ascend to their rightful throne.