The Julian Temple Band makes music that is down and dirty but full of love for sound. Spawned in early 2004, they have independently released two albums and toured extensively in the U.S. and N.Z. Ever- changing and always re-inventing, the Julian Temple Band's sound is impossible to pin down. It does not matter what they sound like, what matters is that they sound out what the audience want: something new, something fresh, something original. (Obviously this does not apply to those out the back screaming to play 'the Gambler.') Ask the band and they will tell you: 'let the music do the talking.' Temple's use of electric and acoustic guitars along with his husky and sometimes anguished blues-man vocals brings expressive depth and diversity to the songs. Low frequencies are thumped out by Scott Campbell whose jazz and funk-inspired bass lines glue the band together while drummer Paul McLennan-Kissel's fine tuned and lively syncopation is both backbone and finishing touch.
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