Snarky Puppy Floods NPR Studios With Instrumental Fusion Grooves

first_imgBeloved musical collective Snarky Puppy recently released Culcha Vulcha, their first studio album in eight years. While the recording does a great job capturing the band’s mystical, other-worldly sound, it’s their live performances that set Snarky Puppy over the edge. Led by bassist Michael League, the rotating cast of characters have no qualms when it comes to exploring uncharted musical terrain, fusing rock, jazz and funk perfectly with every passing show.Snarky Puppy Makes Triumphant Studio Return On ‘Culcha Vulcha’ [Review]In celebration of the new release, Puppy has been on a fiery tour of late, and stopped by the NPR studios in WXPN’s World Cafe for an interview and performance. League chats about the band’s current status, before treating listeners to some new grooves from the album. Thanks to NPR, we can share the stream below.last_img

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