Australians enjoy listening to moving music. This factor has led to the development of a lot of music bands in the country. Some of the groups have performed well enough to gain international recognition. Here are some of the Australian bands that do jazz/soul/funk fusion that you should listen to.
This music band was formed in 2001. The musical band consists of ten people. The group is led by Lance Ferguson. They are known to perform soul and funk music. They rose to fame due to their funk which was inspired by the 60s instrumental raw funk music.
Clairy Browne and the Bangin’ Rackettes
This is a 9-piece soul band. This soul band was formed in 2009. Clairy Browne and The Bangin’ Rackettes band come from Melbourne, Australia. Clairy Browne is the band’s lead vocalist. Browne is backed by Loretta Miller, Ruby Jones and Camila Mckewen. The group also has several instrumentalists with Darcy McNulty playing the Saxophone, Peter Bee playing the guitar, Gabriel Strangio playing the keyboard, Nick Martyn playing the drums and Jules Pascoe playing the bass.
This is one of the most successful music bands in Australia. They have risen to fame due to their great jazz/funk music. Their success has been displayed through the number of awards they have received. This Australian band has performed at some of Australia’s most prestigious events.
Hiatus Kaiyote was founded in 2011 in Melbourne, Australia. The music band consists of four people. They are known to perform soul and R&B kind of music. They are recognized globally and have even been nominated for a Grammy’s award due to their great music.
Odette Mercy and Her Soul Atomics
This is Perth’s finest soul/funk music band. They are known to perform the 60s soul sounds. This is the band to look out for when seeking to attend a music festival in Perth, Australia.