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The new single "dance" by Kwadjo&Beyond the Stars, is going to be the hot new track this summer. With their own style of music known as Dutty Phunk, the band is now touring Britain promoting their new single to rave reviews. The music is Dutty, because of the influences of phunk, reggae and vintage instruments such as the Moog. Fender Rhodes and Arp ensemble.
Dance is the first single to be released from their new and up and coming album "We are Xtra terra Astrials" due to be released in late June under the London label Broadcite.

Kwadjo their enigmatic leader has managed to bring together some great musicians and singers to form a band that is unequivocally one of the best up and coming bands in London town at the moment. In the band, Kwadjo has managed to team up with vocalist /MC Seanie T(dark Horizon), Andrew Mclean(Grace Jones Drummer) and Misha Sutherland( Above the Clouds)

You maybe already familiar with some of Kwadjo's previous releases, played on radio and in the clubs, which include ' I'll make you feel alright' and 'She's Bad'. Fresh from the anticipation already created by these tasters, Kwadjo & beyond the Stars look set to serve up the main course with this first funked up release and then the follow up album, which is ready to create some noise this Summer.
Fans of the single will be pleased to know that there are funky house remixes of the track, produced by Dj David Curniffe(the finest), who has also produced the house version of George Benson "love ballad"( global grooving 2005) and Qanah featuring Sean escoffery holding on(optimum records 2004).

Press Quotes:

IDJ-"Brilliant will detonate any basement party"
The Sunday Times "Breath of fresh air, fantastic"
Ninety Nine- "very powerful"
The Voice "To funky for words, amazing"
Blues and Soul magazine 'Nice new sound and FRESH'
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