All the way back in 2015, former Mercury writer Rose Finn wrote: "If you grew up listening to George Clinton, got high to the Budos Band, and jammed out to Fela Kuti, you're going to enjoy Monophonics. The Bay Area soul outfit employs trippy guitar solos, tight horn lines, and slow but mighty beats that rival the Dap-Kings in funkiness. They've recorded with Blackalicious, played on the same bill as R&B greats like Al Green and Booker T, and their six musicians play with enough energy and girth that they sound like 15." They will be joined on The Sage Motel tour by Boston blues trio GA-20 and soulful singer-songwriter Kendra Morris.
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