funkster

funkster

(ˈfʌŋkstə)
n
1. (Pop Music) a performer or fan of funk music
2. someone who follows the latest trends in music, ideas, or fashion
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But he might not know that if you look hard enough, you'll even be able to find it straddling the head of some young funkster, in the form of The Perfect Unison's Parra headphones.
FAST CAR loving funkster Jay Kay has reportedly spent pounds 100k creating a go-karting track in his back garden.
The Funkster was fourth at the USPGA and loves the straight-driving test of Northview, where he tied for third last year and was solo second in 1999.
His most recent release, Pompadour, came out late last year and has the usual O'Brien instrumental/vocal masterclass on his original material but there is also a less predictable inclusion in the shape of funkster James Brown's song Get Up Offa That Thing, among a handful of covers.
No matter what generation of funkster, the crowd was clearly in a mood to boogie.
Calvin Harris covered which hatted funkster's track?
Andre and Smiler aka Da Funkster's Ibiza 2006 Top 10.
And these days Kid Creole's alter-ego August Darnell has another alias - the Seventies disco funkster Brutus T Firefly.
Commercial chart and dance courtesy of Paul Funkster.
He's a Dutch space electro funkster with an ear for house and techno and an eye on the dancefloor.
Nate James The Message ##### SEVENTIES-STYLE funkster Nate James is clearly a hot new talent on the block.
Inside Outers Alan Belshaw and Fraser Latta joined Offset's funkster Gary Curley in the second room.