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The sultry, modernised funk and soul of Moa McKay & Band

Moa's style of lyrical variation is that of the jazz kings and queens before her, but her soulful and playful tone and the funky rhythm of the band gives it a new layer of texture and depth.

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Layers upon layers: Beat Diary

Combined with the beats formed and harmonies created, the sound dipped into neo-soul, sometimes with a heavier beat to create an almost r'n'b and hip-hop element and with Dorothy's echoing singing, the songs became almost psychedelic-pop in their properties.

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The edgy, Electronic experiments of MIN t

The effect of MIN t live is intense: sometimes psychedelic, some occasional, hard-core, rocking guitar riffs, deep and slow r'n'b beats, electric and semi-techno repetitions and always done with a gorgeous and varying voice.

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