Dojo Cuts Release New Single ‘Rome’ | Music News


Australian six-piece Dojo Cuts are back with a brand-new single called “Rome”. The sensual track is taken from the band’s upcoming album scheduled for release on November 8.


Formed back in 2008, Dojo Cuts combine funk-infused instrumentals and smooth vocals from talented singer Roxie Ray. Inspired by such Aussie acts as Cookin’ On 3 Burners, The Bamboos, Deep Street Soul and Kylie Auldist, the band quickly became a staple on the local funk scene.


Their self-titled debut album gained support from DJs Craig Charles, Nik Weston and Rob Luis to name but a few. It also attracted the attention of American producer Gabriel Roth and musician Neal Sugarman.


In 2012, Dojo Cuts dropped their sophomore record titled Take From Me, a mix of traditional soul and elements of contemporary funk. In the meantime, vocalist Roxie Ray collaborated with the likes of Milano Jazz-Dance Combo, Lack Of Afro and The Underbelly, while other band members joined afro-funk group The Liberators.


Now, Dojo Cuts return with their new single “Rome”, which contrasts joyful summer vibes with sounds of loneliness and longing. The song follows their recent offering “I Don’t Want To Wait” accompanied by a music video. Both tunes preview the group’s forthcoming third album, Tomorrow’s Gonna Come.


Listen to “Rome” here:



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