Monday, November 06, 2006
Emerald Sapphire Gold Whipped Cream
Distortion Disco went to see Bronx legends ESG on Saturday - I find it hard to give an adequate discription of the this wonderful old punkfunk band. Maybe if Diana Ross had complete creative control of a mixed band of the Rapture and Sonic Youth. A really good concert with the youngest Scroggins shakin' her booty, slowly seducing every member of the audience. We had a quick show of votes among the various men at the urinal afterwards - Verdict: We want big black women who know how to move! This band is a must if you get the chance. Hearing Moody had shivers raising down my spine!













The ESG tunes, all three of them display of the great slow building funk punk, for which DFA has a lifetime debt. Get A South Bronx Story (here) from Soul Jazz Records and make yourself a complete person.

ESG - Dance

ESG - My Love For You


ESG - It's Alright










Besides almighty ESG, we also saw a great new Danish band called Fabula Beat, a reggae outfit based on the remnants of Favelachic. I was only able to find the one song on their myspace, which is a bit surfy in their own words. I will get back to them when there is a release of something.
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