Sydney-based new Afro-funk formation The Liberators are certainly of to a smoldering start. With their debut gig taking place at Russ Dewbury's famous Night at the Jazz Rooms, the liner notes of their debut being written by Amayo (Antibalas, Daptone Records, Ropeadope, Afrosound Records), and the patronage of DJs such as Gilles Peterson (BBC 1) and Snowboy, this group can count on some serious support, and not just here in Oz. This 10-piece outfit also includes several members of Dojo Cuts among it's division, and for their first full-length they also call on guest vocalists such as Jojo Kuo (Fela Kuti, Daktaris, Antibalas), Roxie Ray (Dojo Cuts, Underbelly) and Ghanian, Afro Moses. With a fierce array of super-heavy guitars, percussion and horns, their self-titled debut effort is a solid example of the type of new Afro-inspired funk that is respectfully rivaling the greatness of classics from '70s Africa.
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