An irresistible slice of dancefloor-ready Afro-Brazilian fusion, “Can Do” is taken from Bristol 6-piece Dundundun’s second EP for the ever relevant hometown label Worm Discs.
Following their sold-out self-titled EP, Dundundun are poised to share their ‘Future Hope’ EP, featuring special guest, poet, visual artist and filmaker Nadeem Din-Gabisi, and a remix from fellow Bristolian, world renowned DJ & producer Red Rack’em.Support on Bandcamp
Packed with a wealth of experience, Dundundun members have spent the past decade touring the world and darkening studios with The Heavy, Alice Russell, Unforscene, DJ Die, Ben Westbeech, Pete Josef, Dele Sosimi, and Ishmael Ensemble to name but a few – bringing a rich heritage of sound straight out of Bristol’s thriving music scene. Electronic, arpeggiating multi-layered vibrations born from a mutual respect of past musical idioms and future musical legacy.
Their debut LP received love and support from the likes of BBC 6 Music’s Gilles Peterson and Tom Ravenscroft, whilst recent support slots with Ashley Henry, Balimaya Project, Nubiyan Twist and Run Logan Run have helped hone the band’s live sound.
Dundundun are Justin Fellows (Drums), Jackson Lapes (Percussion), Benji Muscat (Bass), Dorian Childs Prophet (Keys + Synths), Ben Plocki (Baritone Sax) and Brian Hargreaves (Tenor Sax).
‘Future Hope EP’ is released on April 8, available on all streaming platforms, limited vinyl and download via Bandcamp.