The BritFunk Association

Brit funk grooves from The BritFunk Association Friday 4th January at Hideaway Jazz Club London
Friday, 4th Jan 2019
Doors 7pm, Show 9pm
£15.00

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Original members of Beggar & Co, High Tension and Central Line reunite and join forces with former musicians from Light of The World and Incognito to form this 10-piece musical collective that celebrates the unique sound and groove of Brit funk!

Digging into the back of these groove pioneers The BritFunk Association perform genre defining classic tracks 'Time', 'Somebody (Help Me Out)', 'Walking Into Sunshine', 'Hi-Tension', 'British Hustle', 'There's A Reason', 'I'm So Happy', 'London Town', 'Nature Boy', 'Everyday' and some of the great music that inspired this musical movement.

The Brit funk genre started in the late 1970s and was a catch-all phrase to describe the distinctive mix of jazz-fusion-funk-disco music being made by UK bands such as Level 42, Light of the World, Freeez, Shakatak, Central Line, Hi-Tension, Morrissey Mullen, Second Image, Direct Drive, Linx and Incognito.