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The Bluefoot Project

The Bluefoot Project

The Bluefoot Project


The Bluefoot Project are an amalgamation of urban heads. Formed in 1997 and sharing a variety of musical backgrounds they set about fusing many different styles into a vocal-led, beat-driven, 21st century soulful funk with nods in the right direction to reggae, hip hop, gospel and leftfield. → Lead Vocals: Rachel Modest → Vocals: Ilana → MC/Rapper: Oova → Drums: Chris Stephenson → Guitars/Bass: Matt King Read more on Last.fm
The Bluefoot Project are an amalgamation of urban heads. Formed in 1997 and sharing a variety of musical backgrounds they set about fusing many different styles into a vocal-led, beat-driven, 21st century soulful funk with nods in the right direction to reggae, hip hop, gospel and leftfield. → Lead Vocals: Rachel Modest → Vocals: Ilana → MC/Rapper: Oova → Drums: Chris Stephenson → Guitars/Bass: Matt King → Bass/Guitars: Ian Hawkins → DJ: James Reiss In 2000 they approached newly formed Northern independent Chocolate Fireguard and started gigging the club and festival circuit in the UK. Following an amazing set at Glastonbury Festival 2000 it was decided that the time was right to release their debut "Observations EP'. Shortly afterwards (in fact while the tracks were being recorded) lead singer Rachel became pregnant and as the EP was doing its job establishing their name in the press, the band took some essential “time out” from the project. In 2002 top tune “Soma” found its way onto the essential Chocolate Fireguard compilation “Taster ……. Sounds From The Funky Underground Volume 2” further establishing the band’s reputation, the band hit the road again and debut album “Brave” finally came out in 2003 to some serious critical acclaim. Over the years, The Bluefoot Project have grown musically together and are now widely known for their unique sound which combines influences like Massive Attack, Squarepusher, Lamb, Goldie, Stevie Wonder and King Tubby. Straight to the point and distinctly urban, they kick out a cool live soul with deep grooves over lush sample based technologies and produce clever, but airy song structures with enough space to let Rachel Modest’s nebulous vocal experience shine through.

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