October 6, 2014
This week we have the Prog-Funk sound of Blue Food in heavy rotation
Blue Food is funk for the 21st century. Combining their contemporary edge with old school sensibilities and a raucous, in-your-face live presence, the 7-piece ensemble aims to blow minds, shake asses, and enlighten your eardrums.
In the August of 2012, Blue Food released their first full-length album, called “Engines,” which is impressively self- composed, recorded, engineered, and produced. This high-powered collection of songs successfully merges a variety of genres ranging from scat to pop to industrial. Each song’s unpredictability makes apparent that Blue Food values each member’s musical talent. Finally a band with ridiculous chemistry that can write great lyrics and blow your mind.
If you want to hear flawless vocals and dance the night away, come to Connie’s Ric Rac on Friday October 10th. Blue Food will knock your socks off and melt your face all at the same time.
Tune in all this week to hear Blue Food in heavy rotation. You can catch a track at the beginning of every Gashouse Live (weeknights 6pm ET), and if you like what you hear, show some love and use the thumbs up buttons to voice your opinion. For more information on Blue Food, check out their new website – www.bluefood.com.
Fun fact: Blue Food named themselves after comedian George Carlin’s routine about… well, the downright lack of blue food.