Pro Uno – Sunny Day
Smooth loved-up and sun-kissed soul, melting over jazzy road-trip’n summertime vinyl dust. The Regime’s sophomore release is strictly vintage, playfully psychedelic, smothered in funky soul, and irrefutably ‘on the One’.
Spawned from 70s soul, jazz and funk, combined with the plethora of free time the covid pandemic demanded, The Regime’s jazzy-soul outfit ‘Pro Uno’ rose out of the ashes, dousing the public with a whiff of the good ol Days, where music was real, authentic and pure. Their 70s aesthetic and full in house production combines sounds reminiscent of Al Green, Steely Dan, Bill Withers, and America, to create a state of total nostalgia and peace love n harmony vibes. This Iteration of the Funk Collective The Regime is the most exciting and tasteful project yet. Expanding on the original hip hop, funk niche, ‘Sunny Day’ is undeniably one for all, and indeed all for one.
Exploding out of Sydney’s inner-west, The Regime is a funk ensemble, that’s tipping the scales firmly back into the favour of fun. Dripping with raw sexual energy that’s one part James Brown and two parts Jamiroquai lavishly sprinkled with George Clinton & Parliament-Funkadelic, this instant party machine is an orgiastic carnival of the senses that has-to-be-seen-to-be-believed.
A lively, music experiment that generously borrows from funk, soul, electro and twists it into a sumptuous undulation, their debut EP If it is, it is! Isn’t it? has seduced audiences all over the country with its infectious grooves. From the anthemic charm of The Consent Song which invites you to “rise for the honourable Judge Jazz” to the impossibly danceable hit Affection, The Regime is supremely adept at serving up a triple helping of thumping bass lines, hearty brass tones and fat lyrics to voracious crowds. “The Regime”, an expression once falsely disseminated and cunningly propagated, is now brilliantly redefined at the dawning of the decade 2020, finally giving sovereignty to the power of LOVE.
Following a jaw dropping support for Digable Planets, The Regime’s Newtown Festival takeover, cemented their status as Australia’s pre-eminent funk collective. As well as successful runs at Oxford Art Factory’s 12th Birthday extravaganza, The Regime ruled at Subsonic (NSW) and Strawberry Fields (VIC) Festivals. The Regime attack the stage with a hedonistic zeal that has firmly consolidated a reputation as one of the most exciting new Australian artists climbing their way to the top of the live music scene.