“Guiding and directing the free flow of improvisational music.”
FINAL SHOW WILL BE IN MARCH AT THE STONE CHURCH.
Talent + Originality = Funkfoot.
Upon first meeting the members of Funkfoot in October of 2005, they had just finished the pressing of their first EP, and were scheduled to release “Badunkafunk” in December of that year. Completely taken aback by the sounds the four members created, the original Funk-jam style was intense and the vocals were certainly in a league all of their own. With the 2006 year fast approaching their plans are to join in the festival circuit, extend their live shows outside of the seacoast region, and play as often as possible to spread the word of Funkfoot. The near future will most definitely call for a studio album and perhaps a full length live album as well. With determination, focus and a professional attitude, Funkfoot will certainly be a name that is heard in the improvisational scene in no time.
“... Recorded in the round using a closed-for-the-night the Stone Church as studio, Funkfoot’s debut EP “Badunkafunk” provides listeners a healthy sample of the funk fusion outfit’s live show. All the jam band requisites are present: jangling, swanky guitar, plenty of tock-a-tock-tock snare, slap-popping bass riffs and organ-heavy keyboard sounds and Funkfoot keeps stride, performing across the album with skill and gusto. And, of course, being songs to shake a leg to, bassist Berns Cote and guitarist Jeremy ‘Fuzz’ Grob, trading vocal duties, do their best to get bodies onto the floor, as in ‘France Road’: ‘Let’s all do something fun / Let’s get on the lawn by the break of dawn, and all go put our shoes on.’ Yes, let’s. ...” --Chris Greiner ;The Wire, Portsmouth NH