Glyn Ackroyd, Bido Lito!
A thumping, swaggering [and] tightest of rhythm sections ... the brass section is swinging, punctuating the groove beautifully. Singer Amber Kuti [is right] at home with the sexy, funky groove of Dance Floor Grinder or the slower, classic soul balladry into which the band seamlessly slip. Bassist Matt Mook Mak looks like he’s beamed down from Sly Stone’s band circa 1969, and adds vocals and a thumping, swaggering bass to the tightest of rhythm sections. Again, the brass section is swinging, punctuating the groove beautifully, and by the end of their set the stage is invaded by singing, dancing [people].