No-Fi Soul Rebellion Omega Man Maxi-Single, released 10 January 2012 1. Omega Man 2. Great Divide 3. Counting Coup. I've been sincere now it's time to get honest. This love of sport has destined me To get burned every way to the nth degree But as they slay for what they lack I'll open palm greet them with a math attack The first is for me another notch on my stick The seconds for them a stinging righteous quick lick I'm proving something just feel me out Send reinforcements. give me something that counts.
Listen to music from No-Fi Soul Rebellion like Let's Go to America. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from No-Fi Soul Rebellion. A husband and wife duo hailing from Alaska, No-Fi Soul Rebellion brings full energy to their live performances to match the intensity of their music. They can be found rocking the streets of small town, Bellingham, Washington, where they currently reside.
No-Fi Soul Rebellion began life in Missoula, Montana, where Alaskan native Mark Heimer began home recording . .Heimer's work sweats with fat funk riffs, smooth soul passages, and chaotic left turns to ensure the listener is paying attention, put to the service of joyful anthems that target the spirit and the body in equal measure
No-Fi Soul Rebellion is an American musical group formed in Alaska in 2001. The band was started by Mark Heimer, who records all vocals and music himself. The performing band is made up Mark Heimer and his wife Andrea Heimer. The couple was based in Missoula, Montana for a time and now resides in Bellingham, WA. No-Fi Soul Rebellion is most noted for their dynamic, unconventional live shows, which feature the band performing on the venue floor in the middle of the audience.
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No-Fi Soul Rebellion is most noted for their dynamic, unconventional live shows, which feature the band performing on the venue floor in the middle of the audience. Mark Heimer uses a 50-foot-long (15 m) microphone cord, giving him enough movement space to dance and sing directly to most members of the audience. The jazz style that derived from gospel came to be called soul jazz, important innovators whose recordings in the 1950s contributed to the emergence of soul music included Clyde McPhatter, Hank Ballard, and Etta James. Ray Charles is often cited as popularizing the genre with his string of hits starting with 1954s I Got a Woman.