Raza del Soul debut's a cold chilling rolita that convicts the cora for self determination, captures our cries of oppression, and rally's against Trump during anti-presidential inauguration protests nationwide.
Thee Baby Cuffs cut a killer rendition of Larry Sanders', "Where Did Peace Go", a rola that has stood the test of time with re-worked lyrics that translate into the conditions Raza are faced with today.
Dope infested streets, prison life and the burden of feeling like foreigners in our own land. Wronged by the voting system, neutralized by the FBI, doped up by the CIA, and a pride lost by our current generation. A cold stare in the mirror.
Killer bass line, hammond organ that'll take you to church, piercing drums, wicked guitar, horns that'll call your name, sweet soul vocals and all the oohs and aahs that come with it! Recorded analog, and brewed to harmonic perfection.
45 debut's Cinco de Mayo, 2017. Press limited to 500. Debut 45 on Raza del Soul label. Mexican flag on label. Rola on Side-A, instrumental on the flip. Chicano Soul Harmony group, falsetto lead, backed by Bay Area Funk outfit, The M-Tet from Lugnut Brand Records.
Includes unlimited streaming of Where Did Our Pride Go via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
This San Francisco based instrumental classic soul group “wants to blow your mind with some old-school funk!” (KPFA DJ,
author, and funk music historian Ricky Vincent). Rooted in the sound of '60s organ-based R&B made famous by Booker T. & The M.G.’s and The Meters, The M-Tet offers an “old-school heat in a new-school package (Larry Grogan, Funky 16 Corners)."...more