Tag Archives: Weekend Sun

WEEKEND SUN: Forever Tomorrow (2014)

Forever Tomorrow Weekend SunThe UK’s northeast is a particularly bright solar system in the ‘nu-funk’ galaxy these days largely as a consequence of the well-deserved successes of shining stars Smoove & Turrell. However, it’s also home to King Bee whose self-titled debut long player recently cast its few rays across the funk-iverse as well as Weekend Sun (presumably named for the fantastic Teeside climate) whose

WEEKEND SUN: Feeling Inside (2013)

Rating: ★★★★★ Weekend Sun? Chance would be a fine thing. How about externalizing that feeling inside though which, in Weekend Sun‘s case, manifests as the kind of hypnotic disco groove which you might be forgiven for expecting a young Donna Summer to grace. It’s one Beth Miller who turns up on this though but she’s a lady who rises to the occasion and proves more than equal to

WEEKEND SUN: You’re Good To Me (2012)

Weekend sun – you’re so good to me? Chance would be a fine thing. I’d settle for any bastard sun right now – summer my arse! What? Oh the bandWeekend Sun – and their new single You’re So Good To Me? Ah, well, that’s different. From Darlington they might be, but what with all the throbbing double bass, bongos and organs on this they seem to have captured the authentic sound of the jazz-funky Haight Ashbury in 1972 while