What we love is the unexpected on the daily here at Flea Market Funk. We wade through a lot of stuff, and when a band like this jumps on your lap like a fish swimming upstream, you take the opportunity to shed some light on them. The Francis Wolves, a seven piece outfit hailing from Brisbane, Austrailia find inspiration from a variety of genres. The players, who run the gamit from jazz, folks, indie, garage, psych, funk, soul and blues have formed together as one to put out their own brand of ‘Garage Afro Soul’. They are as follows: Dave Kemp, Drums, Brian L’Huillier, Bass, Jason Elliot, Guitar, Kellee Green, Organ, Rohan Hardy, Baritone Saxophone, Andrew Butt, Tenor Saxophone, and Michael Rogers, Trumpet. CArvin g out their own niche in the Brisbane music scene, they are quickly becoming the hottest afro act out of the city. Their current track, “Deep In The Juju”, most definitely combines all of the players influences. Heavy on the horns and organ, it’s a trip from jungle riddims to a space western all wrapped up in some jazzy grooves that move you. With a seven inch on its way, The Francis Wolves look to storm the scene with this funky track. Check out the single below, as well as the flip “Valley Heat”
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