WTU is the world’s first extradimensional band – a rag-tag crew of reggaefunk adventurers from another dimension of sound and colour. Featuring a plethora of musicians, singers and rappers – including a riotous four-piece horn section! They astound crowds with their colourful, high octane shows and their powerful STANKH music – a mixture of many influences including reggae, funk, jazz, afrobeat, rock and rap. WTU has made a name for themselves as pioneers of musical creativity and synthesis; and harbingers of a revolutionary mindset of political, spiritual and personal liberation. The band has supported such legendary artists as Toots and the Maytals (twice), the Skatalites, the Apples, Youngblood Brass Band. We have also played with the wonderful Dawn Penn as her backing band to great acclaim. WTU is a band on a mission to revolutionize Planet Earth through the medium of furious grooves and creative, powerful music. We, the Undersigned are coming to your world from another dimension of sound and colour. Prepare to WIGGLE FOR YOUR LIFE!!
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Sounds Like: Bob Marley, George Clinton and Parliament Funkadelic, YoungBlood Brass Band, Asian Dub Foundation (Official), GROUNDATION
Label: Stankh Records
WtU is the world’s first extradimensional band! This 12+ piece monster outfit has come to your
world from another dimension of sound and colour to bring a unique and furious style of music
called STANKH – a mixture of many influences including reggae, funk, jazz, afrobeat, rock and rap.
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“If a potent mix of funk, rap, jazz and more is what you need at this moment then we've got the perfect remedy in the form of Liverpool Stankh collective We The Undersigned's excellent Activation of the Groove E.P. If we were betting types we'd hazard that the sessions for this much anticipated E.P. must have been seriously funky. We keep on saying that the band have a certain voodoo and on the basis of this fine collection of songs and hidden interludes it's something that we can't take back. The Funkadelic like cover art evokes the multicolored flavour of their stage presence and although the rawkous energy of their live show is somewhat contained naturally for this release it's fair to say that if you dislike it's very likely you don't have a pulse!”
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