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Genius Food for Superheroes

2007-07-03

(Ann Arbor, MI) Dedicated to “the preservation of the motion of hips,” this instrumental jazz/funk act coined the phrase “disco bebop” for their sound. The bands debut album Genius Food for Superheroes hits the ground with solid production, arrangements, and a very danceable rhythm throughout. I can see these guys playing a great show at Billys or the Intersection. They remind me of other regional post-jam funk-infused jazz groups like Groove Spoon, Nomo, Wireless Green, Baxter, and the Flow. – Pete

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