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Polyrhythmics: Chelada

Read "Chelada" reviewed by Joe Gatto

The funk band Polyrhythmics is back at in 2020 with an exciting new release. “Chelada," single from their album, Man From The Future (Color Red, 2020), is a spicy melange of flavors that combines middle eastern tonalities over a simple, but heavy groove. The band veers away from traditional compositional tactics by keeping the rhythm section ...

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 Polyrhythmics: Caldera

Read "Caldera" reviewed by Joe Gatto

The great Polyrhythmics of Seattle are back & better than ever in 2017 with their epic album, Caldera. Rich with bold brass and hypnotic percussion, it showcases the instrumental eight-piece's impossibly tight grooves and virtuoso musicianship as they tear through a singular blend of Funk, Soul, psychedelic rock, R&B, progressive Jazz, and Afrobeat. “Goldie's ...


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