The Seven Laws of Woo
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Spring 2004. Somewhere on the crossroads between the cities of Mechelen (Belgium) and Leuven (Belgium), along the muddy banks of “De Dijle”, six gentlemen and a lady decide to join forces. They wanted to revive seventies funk, eighties kitsch and combine them with the grooves and guitars of the nineties.Read More...
They started making this red-hot-extremely danceable funkrock and somewhere along the way they picked up these strange other influences to combine with, going from balkansoul to film-noir-jazz. Doing so they created their own kind of crossover that is very recognizable. It has become their trademark to explore the funk domain as broad as possible.
Doing so you can tell they’re heavily influenced by bands as The Talking Heads and The B52’s
In 2005 they won a couple of local bandstands, and gained a huge amount of credibility with their live gigs. So it’s no miracle that, in 2006, a broader audience was charmed by their positive-live-energy.
Top SongsTotal plays on Last.fm over the last 6 months
- Worried - 5,850 plays
- Be Home Tonight - 4,408 plays
- The Jive - 3,317 plays
- Sex & Honey (Drumless & Unisax @ Urgent 01-11-2006) - 3,108 plays
- Hellbound - 2,495 plays
- The Head - 2,446 plays
- Sex & Honey - 2,764 plays
- Smoke Screen (Live@Lommel 29/04/2007) - 963 plays
- Lunch Money (Live@Lommel 29/04/2007) - 1,139 plays
- The Head (Live@Lommel 29/04/2007) - 1,123 plays