What, it’s the end of the month already? The Next Movement are releasing a class A Banger as their third single this year.

When grandma is sitting on the subwoofer with MC Hammer’s Cazal 858, you know the roof is about to fly off:
Imagine Beastie Boys meets Chemical Brothers, but funkier… Old school drumbreaks – the dirty kind – with a fat riff and a – yes, you’re right – cowbell build the foundation, while blasting rhymes cut thru the megaphone directly into the dancing heart.

The extremly catchy and hooky track is a wellrounded mélange of electronic elements and precise accoustic craftmanship by the top-notch players. Latest by the B section even the laziest couch potatoes should be on their feet, unless the 4 layers of clean funk guitar over the blasting 808 drumbreak has already cut their unfunky heads off. “All the Ladies in house, get your ass on the subbass!”

The Next Movement: Character, authenticity and urgency – but above all: Groove.

The Next Movement, led by singer / drummer J.J. Flueck, joined by Pascal „P“ Kaeser on bass & synth and guitar-virtuoso Sam Siegenthaler have gone through it all. The three have worked together over a decade as in-demand musicians and rhythm section (Greis, Nicole Bernegger, William White, Steff la Cheffe, Soul Train, The James Brown Tribute Show, Manillio, Diens, Rogue State Alliance a.m.m.), being too busy to release their own music.

With the release of their soulful-feelgood summer (video-)single „Superfly“, the group started a highly productive era. One EP later, the 16 track Longplayer LOUD is released End of February 2018. The following Singles „Voodoo“, „Let It Go“ and „ I wanna see you move“ get tons of props on US-musicblog Earmilk.com and negative white. In Spring 2019 the trio follows up with the EP „No Sleep Till Paradiso“ and another tour. Adding up to over 70 shows and building a highly explosive live-show. Explosive Groove-pop, with enough funky soul might be the most accurate description of their fairly unswiss sound creation. Comparisons to Anderson .Paak and references to Prince show up on a regular. Call it what you want; their music is very meaningful and grooves hard. Live delivery is a given and known to most promoters after literally thousands of shows with various artists and projects throughout Switzerland and abroad.