Funk musical groups

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  1. Mo' Horizons

    Mo' Horizons

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    Mo' Horizons is a duo of DJs from Hannover, Germany. Their music can be described as a mixture of downtempo, acid-jazz, nu jazz, soul, funk, dub, trip hop, big beat, bossa nova, boogaloo and drum'n'bass. They first came to prominence on various compilation albums, including the Buddha Bar series. They are known for their extensive use of sampling and modern production techniques in Latin jazz. Also known for recording a Portuguese version of a classic hit Hit The Road Jack.


  2. Supermax

    Supermax

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    Supermax was a project of Austrian musician and producer, Kurt Hauenstein (1949–2011), best known for "Lovemachine", a 1977 German #4 single, that peaked at #6 in Switzerland, #9 in Austria and #96 in US.


  3. Laid Back

    Laid Back

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    Laid Back are a Danish electronic music duo group from Copenhagen, formed in 1979. The duo consists of John Guldberg (vocals, guitar, bass) and Tim Stahl (vocals, keyboards, drums, bass). They are best known for the hits "Sunshine Reggae" and "White Horse" from 1982 and 1983, respectively, and "Bakerman".


  4. Antibalas Afrobeat Orchestra

    Antibalas Afrobeat Orchestra

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    Antibalas (Spanish for "bulletproof") is a Brooklyn-based afrobeat band that is modeled after Fela Kuti's Africa 70 band and Eddie Palmieri's Harlem River Drive Orchestra. Although their music generally follows the musical architecture and language of afrobeat, it incorporates elements of jazz, funk, dub, improvised music, and traditional drumming from Cuba and West Africa.


  5. Here Come the Mummies

    Here Come the Mummies

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    Here Come the Mummies is a Funk/R&B band, best known for their live performances in which band members perform in full mummy attire bandages. It consists of various professional musicians based in Nashville, Tennessee. There are rumored to be several Grammy awards among the members, though this is difficult to verify, as the identities of band members are kept "under wraps." Members are believed to be under contract to various record labels, hiding their identities so as to prevent contract disputes while performing. They have performed at venues primarily in the South & Midwest.


  6. Lafayette Afro Rock Band

    Lafayette Afro Rock Band

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    Lafayette Afro Rock Band was a French funk rock band formed in Roosevelt, Long Island, New York in 1970. Though almost unknown in their native United States, they are now universally celebrated as one of the standout funk bands of the 1970s and admired for their use of break beats. The band also recorded as Ice and as Krispie and Company (or Crispy and Company).


  7. The Bamboos

    The Bamboos

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    The Bamboos are a soul/funk band from Melbourne, Australia.


  8. Fox the Fox

    Fox the Fox

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    Fox the Fox was a group that was founded in 1981 by Bert Tamaela and Sylvia Musmin also known as Sylhouette Musmin (b. 1960). They're best known for their hit single "Precious Little Diamond".


  9. Wa Wa Nee

    Wa Wa Nee

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    Wa Wa Nee was an Australian funk/pop band, active from approximately 1985 to 1989.


  10. Banda Black Rio

    Banda Black Rio

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    Banda Black Rio is a Brazilian musical group from Rio de Janeiro that was formed in 1976. It has a repertoire based on funk but also including samba, jazz and Brazilian rhythms.


  11. Directions In Groove

    Directions In Groove

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    Directions In Groove (DIG) are a popular Australian acid jazz band originally from the suburb of Redfern in Sydney, who produced several distinctive acid-jazz / groove / funk albums in the 1990s.


  12. Orchestre Poly Rythmo de Cotonou

    Orchestre Poly Rythmo de Cotonou

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  13. Antaragni

    Antaragni

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    Antaragni was a fusion band from Bangalore which disbanded in 2004. Antaragni's repertoire included an amalgamation of Indian Classical, folk and Western rock, funk, pop and country.


  14. Diazpora

    Diazpora

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    Diazpora is a funk band based in Hamburg, Germany. The band formed in winter 2002. Their first performance was held on a private party in April 2003. Starting as an instrumental funk band, Diazpora recorded their first EP without record label support ("Urban" EP, 2003). They later experimented with vocalists on their next EP "Gib Mir" (2006), which was released on Monopalast Records. Due to a growing identification with the "Nu-funk / Deep Funk" scene, the band returned to instrumental funk-music for their first full length album "Live In The Streets" (2008), containing "funked up" versions of Pop-Tunes exclusively. On "Magnetic" (2010), Diazporas fourth release, the band defines it´s "crisp and faboulous" funk sound fusing vintage funk elements into a contemporary context.


  15. The Supermen Lovers

    The Supermen Lovers

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    The Supermen Lovers is a French house music project by Parisian musician and producer Guillaume Atlan. It is best known for their 2001 hit single "Starlight", which reached number two in the UK Singles Chart in the same year. After 2 albums (The Player and Boys in the Wood) and a series of E.P and many remixes, The Supermen Lovers released the single "You & I" in 2008 with Delegation.


  16. Matt Finnish

    Matt Finnish

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    Matt Finnish was an Australian funk band formed by singer-songwriter/guitarist Matt Moffitt (1956–2003), bassist Brian Alcorn and drummer Tony Georgeson. They performed around Sydney for several months, including shows at The Observer Hotel, The Rocks, Sydney, before disbanding in early 1979.


  17. Baba Nation

    Baba Nation

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    Baba Nation was a Norwegian soul/funk band, founded in the city of Bergen by Jan Erik de Lange Gullaksen in 1990, then by the name Yee ’Ha Wanna Have A Baba.


  18. Late 80's Mercedes

    Late 80's Mercedes

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    Late 80's Mercedes is a New Zealand swing-funk nonet, formed in 2000. They experienced their first chart success in January 2010 with their self-titled debut extended play disc Late 80's Mercedes released at the 2010 Parachute music festival. The EP reached number fourteen on the New Zealand Albums Chart in the week of its release.


  19. Skull Snaps

    Skull Snaps

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    Skull Snaps was a funk group active between 1963 and 1973. Until 1970 they were known as The Diplomats, and released a number of singles with some success. Renamed Skull Snaps, they released an eponymous album on the small GSF label in 1973 before disappearing.


  20. Zdravo

    Zdravo

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    Zdravo (Serbian Cyrillic: Здраво; trans. Hello) was a former Yugoslav disco group from Belgrade.


  21. Jakarta

    Jakarta

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    Jakarta is a Serbian and former Yugoslav rock band from Belgrade.


  22. Revolber

    Revolber

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    Revolber is an alternative rock/rap/funk/pop band from Paraguay, created in 1999. The band's first name was "Revolver" but the name had to be changed because of legal issues. They got the name from the Beatles album Revolver.


  23. Mo' Horizons

    Mo' Horizons

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    Mo' Horizons are a latin jazz and funk band from Hannover, Germany. Their music has frequently been described as acid jazz, chillout, downtempo and lounge.


  24. Jagúar

    Jagúar

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    Jaguar are an English heavy metal band, formed in Bristol, England, in December 1979. They had moderate success throughout Europe and Asia in the early 1980s, during the heyday of the New Wave of British Heavy Metal movement.


  25. Sisters Love

    Sisters Love

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    Sisters Love was an American R&B and funk ensemble active in the late 1960s and early 1970s.


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