Premiere: Let WVR BVBY take you on a journey with a live performance of 411

Premiere: Let WVR BVBY take you on a journey with a live performance of 411

The Melbourne jazz-inspired eight-piece are certainly worth checking out if you're a fan of BADBADNOTGOOD and the likes.

Melbourne instrumental eight-piece WVR BVBY are doing some great things amongst the Australian jazz-soul scene, channelling international heavyweights such as BADBADNOTGOOD on their self-titled debut album, which arrived through Plug Seven Records on Record Store Day last month. 411 is one of the singles from said album which really showcases what they're all about, and what better way to get the message with them stripping it right back to its instrumental core with a live performance of the track recorded live at a Melbourne warehouse earlier this year. The 411 performance highlights how their jazz-infused funk-soul style can take you on a journey, with the long-winded, almost-ten-minute video building this cinematic experience filled with complex percussion and enchanting grooves of synth and horns that'll whip you up and leave you mesmerised.

They've copped acclaim from international radio force NTS Radio and the iconic Motor City Drum Ensemble, but now it's time for you to jump on board. Grab the album HERE, and check them launch it at Melbourne's Northcote Social Club later this month - tickets and more information HERE.

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