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"Arranged with filtered vocals, psychedelic melodies, gut-wrenching rhythms, wah-wah pedals, thick bass lines and Clips coarse dense tone, the 420 Funk Mob and DRUGS sound like a medley between some spunky Grateful Dead and a Jimi Hendrix style jam session"
“A special word to all addicts of scorching instrumentals, chrome guitars, and oscillating basses, and a notification for all those who crave raspy soul voices: you by will not be disappointed by these dealers of big sound.”
“reinvest the throbbing sounds inspired by Sly Stone, Curtis Mayfield, Stevie Wonder, and Isaac Hayes with class and humor, managing to recall their style without plagiarizing it.”
“Drugs,distorts perceptions and scrambles reality. We are at a Grateful Dead concert. No, a rave by Tranquility Bass. Or a show organized by N.E.R.D. It's a party in any case, where sounds and eras mix willy-nilly with the gleeful yet grave indecency, which will forever be the hallmark of soul-music”