The latest record from Toronto rap influenced jazz quartet Badbadnotgood has been hailed as their best to date; an expansion on their versatile and all-encompassing finesse that fuses everything from R&B, jazz, Hip Hop, electronic and beyond. Seeing these guys in action, however, is a whole other spiritual experience. Walking into the Metro Theatre, the space was brimming with a buoyant electric buzz, but there was nothing anxious or impatient about it. Just a gung ho crowd breathing in that faintly spiced aroma from some lit incense on stage and lucidly vibing on the smooth beats provided by Brisbane producer Sampology. The mood was soulfully set and lasted all night long. We took some shots to document this beautiful occasion.
Live review: Badbadnotgood in Sydney
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