The Souljazz Orchestra – Dog Eat Dog
Musically accompanying a 1963 short film by Roman Davydov called “Shareholders” The Souljazz Orchestra, offering up an additional socio-economic and political commentary of their own, hammer home a decidedly poignant opener to their latest long-player, Under Burning Skies (September 2017) with Dog Eat Dog. Musically powerful and funky, this band is making a danceable statement about our world gone horribly wrong-not in 1963-but today.
The Souljazz Orchestra has been making great music for 15 years. Their sound is a blending of soul, jazz, afrobeat, and more. The Canadian six-piece, combines horns, rhythms, and retro keyboards for a sound that is both innovative and accessible.
You can find more information on The Souljazz Orchestra by visiting their very complete website, or you can pick up physical copies of their music from the band’s CD Baby link. Prefer digital? If so, you can head over to iTunes or stop in at their bandcamp.com site.
Pick up some great music by adding The Souljazz Orchestra to your collection now!
Update: That this post came today, after one of the most ridiculously one-sided tax overhauls ever in the history of the US, was a complete, if not well-timed, accident.