rock out to london band the dustaphonics’ classic sounds and dope vocals!

January 11, 2017

Some elements of rock n’ roll haven’t survived as well as others and the sounds of classic rock sometimes gets lost in the digital age. For The Dustaphonics, this is an opportunity to stand out as analog stalwarts with the musicianship to pierce through the sea of electronic bands and rise they shall. With music that encapsulates the best of 60s and 70s rock, while adding some soul and funk vibes to boot, The Dustaphonics create a timeless sound that wills you to move and gives you a rush of energy. In their Facebook bio, the describe themselves as “a band [but not] in the traditional sense; instead [The Dustaphonics] is composed of founder band leader, music director & producer Yvan Serrano, who selects and assembles a specific rotating line-up of London-based talented singers, drummers and bass players to form a 4 piece band: Yvan playing guitar himself, and featuring Aina Roxx or Gizelle Smith or Hayley Red on vocals, Eric Frajria or Bruce Brand or Hugo Deviers or Mark Claydon on drums, Dan Whaley or Daniel Jeanrenaud or Devid Dell’Aiera on bass.” In the clips below, you’ll hear Aina Roxx invoke the spirit of Tina Turner in both her voice and stage presence and prepare to be amazed. Take a look and support them on Facebook!

By T. McLendon, AFROPUNK Contributor