Drawing equally on late 60’s psychedelia, the avant pop of Bowie, Sly Stone’s, style greasy funk, Fela Kuti, his own Nigerian Heritage and contemporary South London, Yinka Oyewole carves out his own unique musical niche, adapting funk in a similar way to The Black Keys have adapted blues. Packed with insistent grooves, unrelenting hooks and super soulful vocals it’s music to be felt as well as heard.
The last few years have been very busy for Yinka… read more
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