Busty and the Bass: Eddie (album review by Christa V.)

Busty and the Bass is a Canadian band known for their unique blend of genres and funky sound. Their music features horns and piano, like a funk band, and they make songs that go from slow ballads to funky dance rhythms. Guests on their album include George Clinton, Macy Gray, and Illa J (younger brother of the late J Dilla). Track 2, “Kids,” has a cool intro featuring a piano that also has tight horns in the background. “Figure It Out,” track 7, contains an ear worm of a melody that sounds like a mixture of pup and funk. The chorus is very dance-y and it definitely is a bop. But even slower songs like “Summer” sound incredible with the vocals putting drama into the lyrics over a moaning horn section. Overall, they are a super fun band to put on and jam to!  Favorite tracks: 2, 7, 11

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