If you enjoy jazz and funk (or has been stuck in an airport for more than 8 hours due to a delayed flight: who knows, maybe you are still stuck there, reading this right now) make sure to listen to their single “808 Airfreight” to lighten up the boarding room!
“35 years in the making this song was originally a piano riff and words, but the keyboards available back in the 1980s didn’t have a good grand or stand up piano sound so the song not only never made it to a live performance in clubs, it never made it to the rehearsal space”. George Katsos
“Sliding Doors” creates an atmosphere of mystery and doubt that invites the listener to listen closely to what the music wants to say.
“I became fascinated with mine and my friends desire to escape from the over saturated, digital environment of millennial culture; Idolising another period in time or movement of thought and aesthetic seemed to me to be the easiest way of doing so.” Jamie Broughton
“Now, I write to decipher the messy scribbles of life, and hope that others can find solace in that,” she said. “To me, music is all about truthful connection. When I sit at the piano, or pick up my guitar, there are infinite possibilities waiting for me.” -Presley Duyuck
“I was in a dark place with depression and anxiety, and I needed to remind myself of the power that I held within myself to get better. Writing this song really helped me to channel my inner survivor and fighter, and to encourage myself to push through and make it to a better day.”-Neia Jane