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The Soul Surfers - "High Roller"

In the ever-evolving landscape of contemporary funk and soul, there are few names as synonymous with raw, unadulterated groove as The Soul Surfers. With a string of collectible and sought-after 7-inch singles under their belt, they've carved out a niche for themselves as purveyors of soulful sounds that harken back to the golden era while pushing the boundaries of modern production. Their latest offering, "High Roller," is a testament to their relentless creativity and unwavering dedication to their craft. This newest single comes hot on the heels of their collaboration with the legendary Janko Nilovic on projects like "Maze of Sounds" and "Two Tales For The Mind vol 1," solidifying their status as frontrunners in the genre. What sets "High Roller" apart is not just its infectious groove or its impeccably tight instrumentation, but the sheer audacity of its sonic landscape. The track takes listeners on a journey through swirling psychedelic textures, punctuated by funky guitar licks and irresistibly danceable rhythms. It's a sonic rollercoaster ride that refuses to let up until the final note fades into the ether. But the experience doesn't stop with the music itself. True to form, The Soul Surfers have spared no expense in delivering an all-encompassing sensory experience. The single comes adorned with a mesmerizing psychedelic cover crafted by the talented Italian artist Riccardo Bettazzoni, adding another layer of intrigue to an already captivating release. And if that wasn't enough to pique your interest, there's the matter of exclusivity. "High Roller" is being released in a limited edition run of just 500 copies on Broc Recordz, ensuring that each copy is not just a piece of music, but a coveted collector's item for aficionados of the genre. So, whether you're a seasoned funk enthusiast or simply someone with an ear for infectious grooves, "High Roller" is a must-have addition to your music collection. With its irresistible blend of vintage soul and contemporary flair, it's a testament to The Soul Surfers' enduring appeal and a tantalizing glimpse into the future of funk and soul music.


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