Rock | Funk
brooklyn funk and rock quintet cries out for justice in the epic “tragic city”
By Nathan Leigh
March 12, 2018
From the spoken word intro to the spacious electric piano, On High’s debut single “Tragic City” traces a line back to the 70’s with a decidedly modern spin. The collaboration between Kareem Bunton and Konstance Patton adds some punk energy into a classic funk sound. It’s a song that cries out for the people of Brooklyn caught between a constantly expanding playground for trust fund kids and start-up billionaires on one side and rising sea levels on the other. The quintet’s debut EP Never Die is slated for an April release. Stay tuned.
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