Artist info

Genre

Indie, Roots


Tags

Soul Rnb


band members

Shannen Wick, Andreas Mikulcic, Nathan Scott, Jamie Stroud, Daniel McKoy, Anthony Foon and Connor McIndoe.


Influences

Sharon Jones & The Dap-Kings, Charles Bradley, Durand Jones & The Indications


Website

www.fultonstreet.com.au

Bio

Fulton Street is a soulful 7-piece party band with a strong story to tell. Over the years Fulton Street has come into their own and defined their signature sultry sound with powerhouse vocals, a smooth rhythm section and luscious horn arrangements. Well known for tight energetic live performances and intoxicating hooks, Fulton Street will not only entice you to the dance floor but they will keep you mesmerized by their authentic and evocative song writing.

Cutting their teeth with a packed-out three year residency at Cherry Bar, Fulton Street's dynamic live performances have earned them the stage at Caloundra Music Festival, Brunswick Music Festival, St Kilda Festival, Melbourne Music Week, Stonnington Jazz Festival, as well as Bluesfest sideshow support slots.

The release of their highly anticipated album ‘Problems & Pain’ (produced by Cookin’ On 3 Burners’ Ivan Khatchoyan) was celebrated with a sold out album launch at The Curtin, cementing Fulton Street as one of the hottest new soul bands in Australia. ‘Problems & Pain’ was chosen as the feature album of the week on PBS, 2SER and was featured on Triple R’s Soundscapes.

Acclaimed single ‘Check Yourself’ was premiered on ROOTS N ALL (Triple J) and reached #2 on the AMRAP Regional Charts. Fulton Street debuted the cinematic film clip for ‘Check Yourself’ on The Music, a bold collaboration that echoes the bands powerful message to the world.

Fulton Street has recently released their powerful new single ‘Told How to Walk’, which is the first release from their record label STOIC RECORDS!

Review

Review by Nkechi Anele Nkechi Anele

28 Sep 2016

Triple J
40

This band remind me of Charles Bradley's Extraordinaires with the vocals being as powerful. Great stuff.

This band remind me of Charles Bradley's Extraordinaires with the vocals being as powerful. Great stuff.