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fo/mo/deep – The Groovy Goodness

I set out my stall when I reviewed fo/mo/deep’s previous record A Beautiful Bang and I’m glad to have been able to keep up with the band between the release of that record and 2014’s deliciously titled The Groovy Goodness. As I type this, summer seems like it’s upon us and the burst of energy [&hellip[ READ MORE ]

fo/mo/deep – The Groovy Goodness

Music in our times is often described with a certain kind of label like Jazz, Rock, Fusion etc.. But the musical concept of fo/mo/deep is different from that. They don’t seem to care for labels; they put different styles together, just as they like it. The result can -once again- be enjoyed on their new [&hellip[ READ MORE ]

Fo/Mo/Deep – A Beautiful Bang

You can find out about this 5-piece, Ohio-based ‘funky jazz collective’ on their website. I can tell you that ‘A Beautiful Bang’ is fo/mo/deep’s second album (after ‘Eclecticism’) and, well, let’s get right into it… I’m a fan of funky jazz collectives, such as Incognito and Down to the Bone and I’m already placing FMD [&hellip[ READ MORE ]

Fo/mo/deep – Eclecticism

When you live in Columbus, Ohio and regularly attend concerts in and around that city, you certainly have the opportunity for a close encounter of the third kind, a musical one. I speak about fo/mo/deep, what stands according of the band’s website for an eclectic groove oriented-funky jazz collective. Fo/mo/deep are Ron “FatKat” Holmes. Jr (bass), [&hellip[ READ MORE ]

fo/mo/deep – Eclecticism

RHMedia is proud to announce the release of Eclecticism by fo/mo/deep. Released in August 2010, Eclecticism explores the limitless boundaries of contemporary jazz that is blended with funk, world and afrobeat. Best known for their sizzling live performances, the fo/mo/deep groove is rooted in the experimental school of the 70s a time when jazz, soul [&hellip[ READ MORE ]

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