Artist info

Genre

Roots


Sounds like

Sharon Jones, Paliament, cat empire


band members

Jesse Ricketson - Drums, Emily Collins - Vocals, Rosie Henshaw - Vocals, David Sattout - Guitar, Chris Arnott - Bass Guitar, Byron Mark - Keys/Percussion, David Dziedzic - Trumpet, James Maybury - Trumpet, Ruth Wells - Tenor Saxophone, Giordano Scapucci - Alto Saxophone, Samantha Paver - Barritone Saxophone


Influences

red hot chilli peppers, Betty Davis, James Brown


Bio

Eleven-piece party extravaganza The Bakery, are a delectable explosion of sound, colour and madness. Serving up a tasty blend of musical styles, ranging from funk to soul, ska to swing, and reggae to Drum’n’Bass, The Bakery has just one mission in mind - to make you dance your arse off. After bursting onto the Sydney music scene in late 2006, The Bakery have quickly developed an enviable live reputation, packing out venues across Sydney, and delighting festival crowds across Australia, with their theatrical, energy-filled live shows. With The Bakery, a gig is never just a gig, it’s a full-on show, a party, a wild hedonistic, ass-shaking celebration. Whether it’s a renegade street performance or a headline at Surry Hills Festival, The Bakery’s crazy onstage antics, flamboyant, absurd costumes, and contagious energy draw crowds in and keep them hooked from the first beat to the last. With a lineup comprising of two singers, a five-strong horn section, keys, guitar, bass, drums and percussion, The Bakery are truly big in both size and sound. This is a huge band of talented musicians pumping out solid grooves and catchy melodies, a powerhouse ‘party-core’ 11 piece. Habing recently sold out The Basement in Sydney and returned from a triumphant tour of the north coast of Australia, The Bakery are going from streangth to streangth as they work their way towards global domination. The Bakery are not to be missed.

Review

40

zazzy, prazzy, razzy. this song has lots of spice and bitter sweet tang. who ever recorded this stuff knew what they we doing coz it sounds great.

zazzy, prazzy, razzy. this song has lots of spice and bitter sweet tang. who ever recorded this stuff knew what they we doing coz it sounds great.

Review

Stimpson

21 Feb 2009

50

This is a great band - so much fun live!!! Go and see them. Download their tracks and pass them on to all your friends and you can be the one who said "i discovered them" - really awesome stuff and i hope they get on high rotation on the waves because people need to here them - this is a great track but all the tracks are good - they make you happy!!

This is a great band - so much fun live!!! Go and see them. Download their tracks and pass them on to all your friends and you can be the one who said "i discovered them" - really awesome stuff and i hope they get on high rotation on the waves because people need to here them - this is a great track but all the tracks are good - they make you happy!!

Review

40

Love it - bring on the funk.

Love it - bring on the funk.