Buzzin' About

A 12 track funk album (52m 51s) — released June 2nd 2008 on Freestyle Records
After delighting sold out crowds in the U.K., Belgium and their native Israel, The Apples finally deliver their highly anticipated debut album for Freestyle Records. Since the very first release on Freestyle (the highly charged "Attention!" taken from the bands debut album of the same name) interest has grown and grown in this fresh and unique band. Consisting of 9 members (including 2 DJs!), the band are a mixing pot of funk, hip hop, big band jazz, rock and turntablism – all delivered in their energetic and off-kilter style. Just check Youtube for examples of their incendiary performances. Last year saw the release of their cover version of Rage Against The Machines 'Killing in the Name Of', which gained plays across the globe and support from DJs such as Annie Mac, Zane Lowe, A Skillz and Mr Scruff. To date, it is the largest selling single on the label showing that demand for the band is at an all time high. This demand is sure to rocket even further with the release of "Buzzin' About" – 12 tracks packed with fresh ideas, dazzling showmanship, unique musicality and more sweat-inducing funk than you can shake a stick at.

Fantastically brave album! 'Killing' on high rotation in sets and the album is on high rotation in the car! Charting at number 7. - Boca 45

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