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Dutty Moonshine Big Band - City of Sin: Album review




Now here’s something completely different, courtesy of Dutty Moonshine Big Band, ‘a 12-piece musical force of nature’.

Their second album ‘City of Sin’ is a riot of vibrant sounds and genres. The band is renowned for blending brass, keys, drums, digital hardware and vocalists, creating ‘explosive bass music that is inspired-by the classic big band sound of days gone by.’

Here, they deliver 11 tracks ‘designed to take the listener on a uniquely multi-genre, bass-heavy, dancefloor-destroying journey.’ Picking up where their debut album left-off, ‘City Of Sin’ continues the band’s semi-fictional narrative. It tells the tale of a gang of 1930s moonshine bootleggers as they make their way to the top of the gangster food-chain.


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