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Occupational Therapy - Funkommunity w Bobby Brazuka


Thu 8 Dec 2011, 8:00pm

Where: Ponsonby Social Club, 152 Ponsonby Rd, Ponsonby, Auckland

Restrictions: R18

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Funkommunity’s Isaac Aesili and Rachel Fraser are no strangers to the NZ music scene. Having played, toured and collaborated with some of the country’s top artists, the prolific pair now join forces to create Chequered Thoughts, a forward-thinking album of future soul music.

It’s a collaboration that has been years in the making. Having first worked together on a song called ‘I’m All In’ from Isaac’s debut solo album ‘Eye See’, Isaac and Rachel’s powerful dynamic is finally realised in their debut release.

An accomplished vocalist and songwriter, Rachel Fraser’s voice is reminiscent of old school jazz, soul and funk styles infused with contemporary R&B. A lady of many credentials, Rachel first gained international attention with Recloose track, 'Catch a Leaf', and has since been busy performing with bands such as Sola Rosa and Recloose Live/Starblazers.

Isaac is the producer and band leader of Funkommunity. Over the past decade, Isaac has been an integral part of many Kiwi acts Solaa, Opensouls, Recloose Live and Eru Dangerspiel and has also co-written songs with Aaradhna, Ladi6, Mara TK and Julien Dyne. After releasing his debut solo album Eye See (Soulab, France), Isaac released a collaborative album called "the Karlmarx Project" with his brother Mark McNeill on Melting Pot Music.

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