Extreme weather conditions in Byron Bay yesterday kept a vast amount of people out of town.
It may have been a cold night in the city, but it was hot inside the Corner Hotel Richmond for the first of two almost sold-out shows by Melbourne ensemble The Bamboos. The crowd swelled just before 10.30pm with a mix of young hipsters, forty-something mums and dads, and those giving a nod to vintage
‘Medicine Man’ is the fifth studio record from The Bamboos, and their most ambitious to date.
Melbourne-based soul/funksters The Bamboos have announced a national tour on the eve of the release of their fifth album, Medicine Man.
Widely acknowledged as Australia’s greatest modern funk and soul band, The Bamboos are back, bringing their raucous 10th Anniversary show up the East Coast to Sydney after a sold-out celebration in Melbourne, taking over Manning Bar on the 20th of May. The band having worked together for over a decade now, releasing four studio albums
Most people aren’t familiar with the name Lance Ferguson. Those who are are likey to associate him with Melbourne based funk band, The Bamboos. However, today Lance is talking to me about the release of his sophomore solo album, Her Twelve Faces, under the name of Lanu. Though this album has been mostly finished and
Following the release of 4 on Monday, we’ve just got word of the smooth acts warming up the stages in Sydney and Melbourne for the mighty Bamboos album launch shows.
The simply titled 4 is well, the uhh… fourth record from funk soul brothers (and sister) The Bamboos. Starting off strong with ‘On The Sly’, the ensemble uses every one of their apt eight members to create an instrumentally rich but stylistically tight and downright cool sound. Featuring vocals from the divine Kylie Auldist, a
What’s the first thing that pops into your head when you think of a Kings Of Leon song? Certainly not funkalicious grooves and sexy vocals — but Melbourne’s deep funk outfit The Bamboos are quickly changing that, with the first single from their new album being a cover of Kings Of Leon’s ‘King Of The