A Barned Good Time
- Queen's university - The Journal(September 9th 2016)
Following Lost Cousins’ smooth sound was the much anticipated, Busty and the Bass — a product of the McGill party scene and renowned in university towns across Canada. These kings of funk boast an energy level that would put any top 40 artists to shame.
The three-man brass section kicked off their set with a bang before the vocalists took over, alternating between soft, seductive singing and smooth, groovy rapping.
At no point in the show did the nine-person cohort ever stop moving and neither did the crowd. Although it might have been a cold summer night, Busty and Bass had every person on the farm dancing until they broke a sweat.
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