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Deep Street Soul @ The Toff in Town

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October 6, 2012
3:00 pm

If you’re anything like me, when you’re in the mood to bust a move on a Saturday night there is nothing like a bit of funk to get you going. Deep Street Soul fits the bill, and then some.

Hailing from Melbourne, this seven piece outfit delivers classy funk and soul with an authentic and gritty edge. The group formed in 2006 and released their first two singles locally. These early releases found international support through BBC6 Radio in the UK and the band have since attracted a strong global following.

Signing with Freestyle Records in 2008, they’ve now got two albums under their belt, have toured extensively throughout Europe, and received some serious radio coverage both abroad and at home. This rare hometown gig marks the release of their new single Hold On Me, from the Look Out, Watch Out album.

Tickets are only $15 on the door, so get your dancing shoes on and make your way to the Toff for a night of explosive funk and sweet soul. Consider the hike up the stairs a warm up.

WHEN: Saturday, 6 October
WHERE: The Toff in Town, 2nd Floor Curtain House, 252 Swanston St
WEB: thetoffintown.com/shows/



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