Willie Williams, The Wailers, Fat freddy's drop
Congratulations to 5 piece reggae band Kingfisha from Brisbane who we are flying to Adelaide so they can strut their stuff in front of some of the world's leading reps at the explode showcase at the Fuse Festival.
Interview: 22 February 2010
Tell us about your music – how did you develop your sound?
Three of us have been playing together in different bands for years. We've always been interested in the rhythms of reggae and when our last band broke up we decided to concentrate solely on playing reggae. We love old school roots/reggae sounds and we've also been interested in electronics and synths, so we endeavour to combine this in our music.
What can the Fuse festival audience expect from you live show?
Honest, Australian Reggae.
What are you most hoping to get out of Fuse Fest?
We will try not to expect too much, play a good show, have fun and anything else is a bonus.
What’s coming up in the future?
We are currently doing pre-production on our debut album. We'll drop a single in June, followed by interstate tours and another tour of New Zealand.
Australian music is?
A healthy mix of sounds and subcultures that is a reflection of many different influences from around the world.