Tag Archives: The Impellers

THE IMPELLERS: My Certainty (2014)

My Certainty The ImpellersFollowing heavyweight funk broadsides from the States this year and the recent third LP from Oz’s Melbourne-based Cookin On 3 Burners, it’s time for some UK funk album action. Brighton’s The Impellers continue their tenure at Legere/ Mocambo Recordings with their own third LP My Certainty and hit back with a broader more mature sound – possibly the result of their current line-up

THE IMPELLERS: Do What I Wanna Do/ Signs Of Hope And Happiness (2013) + video

Brighton funk crew The Impellers release a wax double header this week. That’ll be uptempo, piano-tinkling shaker Do What I Wanna Do on the one side and urbane slowie Signs Of Hope And Happiness on the flip. Do What I Wanna Do also comes with its own video. With a title like that, I’d have expected it to depict the band engaged in any number of hedonistic, debauched activities. What

THE IMPELLERS: This Is Not A Drill (2012)

It seems these days that if there’s a new retro funk album out nine times out of ten it’s from a band based in either Melbourne in Australia or Brighton in the UK. In the last few years Melbourne’s been fielding more than its fair share of LPs but here’s the latest from ‘London-by-the-sea’ which sees ten-piece outfit The