The music would make the perfect fit in movies like
the recently released Dolomite revamp, and the now
cult classic Black Dynamite. But it doesn't fit into a
blaxploitation soundtrack style box alone. You could
imagine iconic rappers like Ghostface or Black
Thought using these soundscapes. ‘3’ would even fit
comfortably next to classic KPM or De Wolfe library
releases from the mid 70’s, just as well as current
indie trio, Khruangbin.
A heavy drum break intro and trippy wah-wah guitar
licks accompany cinematic strings and stirring horns
on ‘Finnish Funk,’ followed by the killer sleazy bass
and fuzz guitar of ‘Breezy Day’, two standout cuts
both included on previously released 45’s by KU that
swiftly sold out.
Contributing to the scene of classically-tinged soul
and funk beats with contemporary class, MI3 display
a smooth burst of colourful moody grooves with lush
Rhodes keys and soulful head-nod breaks.
With stellar musicianship throughout, the band
present top shelf tunes for the crate digging Dj and
discerning music collector alike. Formed just shy of a
decade ago, the group shows skills far beyond their