Funke and the Two Tone Baby – Denizen

Uncle Jim’s on a roll, here’s the latest new release from Ranscombe Studios by Medway legend Funke and the Two Tone Baby. ‘From the political, pertinent, yet lighthearted and witty commentary on fake news with ‘Genghis Khan’, to the jazz meets drum & bass mash-up of ‘Doppelganger’ and the outright festival sing-along classic of ‘Work all Week’, each track is individual but drawn together with a coherent vision and unique sound. Check … Read more

Tape Saturation and Valve Distortion …

Tape saturation and distortion abound on a collection that boasts outstanding homages to R&B classics, alongside four strong original compostitions. Jimmy Reed’s 1959 ‘Come Love’, Sonny Boy Williams II 1963 standard ‘Help Me’ and Price & Walsh’s sublime ‘Ain’t No Love in The Heart of The City’ are just three of the timeless numbers given the Blues Foundation treatment on this stunning release. Greg Healey – Shindig Magazine #76

They don’t make them like they used to….

Medway’s Glenn Prangnell is a bloody genius. I’ve absolutely no idea how many years this guy has spent on this planet but he’s spent that time soaking up the sounds of the 60’s and 70’s, not just from the beat-boom era this writer had initially slotted him into but from other genres as well from Northern Soul to film soundtracks and everything in-between. ‘A Clip Round the Ear’ (even the title will … Read more