The opening notes of “All Up In the Aisles” ring out like a glorious call to pearly gates and a heaven down south in the
The sousaphone of Matt Perrine leads into the down tempo groove of “Trash Bash,” then the rest of the band joins in for a traditional brass romp.
Like any good jazz album, there must be a moment just to swing. “I Miss You Molly” comes over you like the mugginess of a hot summer day, weighing you down with comfort and ease, this is the break from an otherwise dance-worthy affair.
Going out with a bang, the album’s title track closes the dance floor. “Dance Like There’s No Tomorrow” relies on the swing of the brass band vibe, but Gary Versace’s organ work takes things to another level. Somewhat spiritual in nature, the song falls somewhere between a spirit-raising Sunday morning service and a late Saturday night romp.
Perfect for an album paying homage to
Dance Like There’s No Tomorrow is out now on Hyena.