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The WBC

If you’re looking to define The WBC (The Wuda Bang Clan) – well, don’t. Yup, their roots are in ska. But their influences also range from dub and reggae, through to rock, metal and drum and bass.

Now imagine those elements put together coherently by an eight-piece machine combining a stonking rhythm section and full horn line-up, and you’re getting close to the picture. In short, The WBC are unique. They don’t want to be tied to a genre – and why should they - they’re creating their own.

Band Members. Matiu Sadd (vocals, tenor sax. Andy Pearce ( ...read more

If you’re looking to define The WBC (The Wuda Bang Clan) – well, don’t. Yup, their roots are in ska. But their influences also range from dub and reggae, through to rock, metal and drum and bass.

Now imagine those elements put together coherently by an eight-piece machine combining a stonking rhythm section and full horn line-up, and you’re getting close to the picture. In short, The WBC are unique. They don’t want to be tied to a genre – and why should they - they’re creating their own.

Band Members. Matiu Sadd (vocals, tenor sax. Andy Pearce (alto sax. Oliver Emmitt (trombone. Olly Harris (trumpet. Stu Preece (guitar. Rob Sharp (bass. Mike Clarkin (live sound. Jordan Stone (drums) « hide


Hi-Fidelity Offbeat
2006

4.5
2 Votes

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