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August 10, 2009 - Entertainment / Music
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Adam Bernard
Swamphouse


I am a firm believer that everybody needs a little funk in their lives. This is why when I first heard Swamphouse’s The Fade EP, it brought both a smile to my face and movement to my feet. The eight man group from Los Angeles knows how to crank out the funk and they do it with aplomb. The Swamphouse team consists of (back row L to R) rapper Pause, piano player TunaButter, who likes to say he’s “funky like tuna, smooth like butter,” bassist Mike aka DJ Navi, trumpet player Forrest aka Forrest Trump, (front row L to R) singer Devin, trombone player Nick T, guitarist Jmfs and drummer Blewfoot. This week I caught up with the majority of the group to find out more about their music, what makes funk so special, and how a Polish beer company inadvertently helped set the stage for one of the most interesting nights of their lives.

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Keywords: artist, hip-hop, music, album, producer, funk, Los Angeles, LA, Swamphouse, Pause, TunaButter, DJ Navi, Forrest, Devin, Nick T., Jmfs, Blewfoot, The Fade
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