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The Bombay Royale
Run Kitty Run

The Bombay Royale keep on mining their exciting territory of choice: synthy pop and surfy rock that takes inspiration from the rich world of vintage Bollywood. Run Kitty Run is cool and soulful and full of Hindi and Bengali language lyricism. This third album of theirs was conceived as a soundtrack to some non-existent Space-Western film. On Hope Street Recordings.
  • Vinyl LP (HS030LP)
  • CD (HS030CD)

The Bombay Royale
The Island Of Dr Electrico

This is the second album by Melbourne-based The Bombay Royale, an 11-piece funk-rock outfit heavily inspired by Bollywood (including adaptations of classic Bollywood tunes) as well as disco, surf and rock'n'roll. The result is a riotous east-meets-west dance party full of brass, percussion, organ and sitar.
  • Label(s):
  • Hope Street Recordings

Quarter Street
Quarter Street

Salsa jams in the original style here on Quarter Street’s self-titled record. The group are proud to offer authentic, un-modernised salsa music, and I can see why they would be: this is great material, as groovy as you like. And Spanish language vocals, needless to say. The LP is released by Hope Street Recordings.
  • Label(s):
  • Hope Street Recordings