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Album DescriptionThe traditional rhythm, blues, and jazz foundation that first birthed modern rock in the 1960s is no longer. The requisite horn section, once signature to Big Bands of decades past, is now obsolete. Selectric Records' latest signing, super-charged phenomenon Cross Culture, is one of several up-and-coming bands to synthesize music's past and present, resulting in a contemporary rock-funk sound. The band showcases this growing trend on its debut label project, Proof Positive.
Self-described as eclectic and energetic, deep and intricate, it's difficult to pinpoint any single source of Cross Culture's musical influence. "Our versatile sound goes hand in hand with the band's name," comments singer and songwriter Justin David. "We cross traditional cultural boundaries by mixing standard rock with touches of funk and Latin groove."
Produced by Grammy-winning duo John and Dino Elefante, Proof Positive kicks off in signature Cross Culture fashion with the full-throttle, seize-the-moment anthem "This Moment in Time." The album maintains unwavering momentum from one danceable track to the next, including stand-out song and first music video, "Swing." To temper the album's overall intensity, Cross Culture includes a jazzy, melodic tune, "The Way It Should Be," which speaks of hope in trying times. Among Cross Culture's most musically diverse cuts is "Wave," an effective amalgamation of surf rock, Latin horns and rap. The hybrid style of "Wave" successfully relates its universal message about perseverance amidst life's ups and downs. This seems to be the pervading theme of Proof Positive, that absolute brokenness can breed strong, effective new beginnings.
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