Formed in 2006 in Paris, France, the group presents their second album Seventy Latin Piece Of Soul for the French label Hot House Records. These French musicians-who are part of groups like: Imany, Soldat Rose, Gregoire or Alpha Blondy-interpret a fusion of latin, soul and boogaloo, with a touch of Caribbean rhythms. Their first album was Funky Tumbao (Hot House Records / Fat Beats, 2010).
The 14 pieces of production equipment were fully recorded and for this reason analogs counted with DJ Vas-member grouping Kojack-Electro-funk to blend this unique sound.
After a live performance with legendary Nigerian saxophonist Orlando Julius, was born a desire to work together on any project. This time the talents of both come together and the result can be tasted in the exquisite Ijo Soul, Orlando taped track in 1966 on their album Super Afro Soul for the Philips label. Colorblind, track that opens the album is an energizing download where Afrobeat and Latin jazz are combined with a touch of blues. Guapeta is the most interesting song for salsa dancers, unique cadence and electric guitar solo by Laurent Guillet make it irresistible for those wishing to get his partner. Smells Like Teen Spirit is a tribute to the great American musician Kurt Cobain and his group Nirvana, grunge Seventy comes together and boogaloo in this extraordinary piece. Hypocrite, one of the more catchy the album features a picaresque text framed in a rhythm of Latin soul.