funkster

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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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The show includes Lights Out by Nine and Scots funksters James Brown Is Annie.
GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY INFERNO GUARDIANS director James Gunn has revealed fictional disco funksters The Sneepers are getting their own music video.
The tuneful treats continue at Tynemouth Priory and Castle today with a gig from The Specials (featuring very special guest Roots Manuva) before a jam-packed Sunday featuring Motown legends Martha Reeves and the Vandellas, 80's chart regulars The Christians, Acid Jazz funksters James Taylor Quartet, Ben Ottewell from Gomez plus North East new-folk pop group Kosoti and Whitley Bay singer songwriter Olivia Devine.
gt;>With belters such as 'Get Down On It', 'Ladies Night' and 'Jungle Boogie', New Jersey funksters Kool & The Gang are going to have a 'Celebration' of quality music on the Friday night.
Dodd's experience ranges from work with jazz funksters Jamiroquai to the free-blowing colossus Paul Dunmall.
This year they have locked down Dublin funksters Republic Of Loose for what is sure to be a rockin night.
From the soulful to the powerful, as funksters Smoove and Turrell ensured not a foot was left untapped, with the biggest dancing crowd of the festival so far.
Hear it FEW things have had music fans as excited as the new release from French funksters Daft Punk.
Other tracks, especially "Land of 7 Billion Dances" and the album-closer "WAVIP" (for "We Are All VIPs"), feature rampaging synthesizer bass lines worthy of such '80s funksters as The Gap Band.
Bass driven jazz funksters Level 42 were a seminal part of the 80s scene.
in tandem with another legendary Chicago band that got its start in the late '60s, funksters Earth Wind & Fire.
Among the familiar faces are Rhys James, guitarist withmid Wales pop-punk group Mattoidz, and Iwan Llangain of funksters Ummh.