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The Kitchen

by The Kitchen

An irresistible blend of funk, rock, and soul. It's gonna make you dance.
Genre: Urban/R&B: Funk
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Can't Run
5:00 $0.99
2. Come On
2:56 $0.99
3. Lecture On Perspective
3:37 $0.99
4. Flow
4:14 $0.99
5. Flying
5:44 $0.99
6. The Forces That Be
4:19 $0.99
7. Take One Look
4:55 $0.99
8. Shake It Up
3:35 $0.99
9. No Fakin
4:30 $0.99
10. This Message
3:59 $0.99
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Album Notes
The Kitchen is a full-blown auditory phenomenon and is built to satisfy all types of musical appetite. Making its home in Vancouver, BC, the band is made up of five equal parts; each coming together to deliver a truly impressive sonic explosion that has been tearing up stages for the better part of two years.

Drawing from a wide range of diverse musical genres, The Kitchen combines bullet-proof rhythmic grooves with an irresistible sense of melody and lyricism. This rock and soul colored funk delivers a powerful punch with a splash of jazz and a strong undercurrent of social commentary; leaving the booty shaking and the mind churning.

Having independently released their self-titled debut in March of 2006, The Kitchen has a reputation for captivating crowds and moving dance-floors with their unique and infectious music. Rocking stages across the Lower Mainland, over to Vancouver Island and into the interior of BC, the band has shared the spotlight with a handful of Vancouvers premier acts, including: Stabilo, Freeflow, Threat From Outer Space, The Winks, and Chi Turner.



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Chris White

Get your groove on with Vancouver-based The Kitchen
Get your groove on with Vancouver-based The Kitchen. Their single "Flow" is a brilliant display of funk and rock peppered with heartfelt soul and a splash of orchestral ska that will keep you on the dance floor. Joshua Hundert's vocals are in the same league and style of legendary singers including Robert Cray, Billy Preston, and Carl Douglas; simply amazing. Andrew Park and Iisak Andreller deliver remarkable fretwork on guitars combined with the passionate bass of Adrien (Earl) Fillion heartpounding drums of Luke Cyca. The melodies cover a wide range of contemporary vibes that could easily find it's way to CHR and Hot AC stations across the country. If you're looking for a fresh new sound that knows how to keep it real while maintaining a consistent level of energy and appeal look no further than The Kitchen.


Funk-ass riffs, breaks, bass lines and melodies to dance to...
The Kitchen

I was excited to hear that Vancouver locals The Kitchen recently pressed their first professionally-mastered full-length, because it's a treat to be able to hear all the intricacies of their music that you miss in their (otherwise excellent) live shows.

The self-described "funk, rock and soul" band proves just how well such a blend can work on this disc, utilizing funk-ass riffs, breaks, basslines and melodies to make you wanna put on your dancin' shoes. The album varies from the slow-rolling grooves of Come On to the soulful wiles of Flying to the body-moving rhythms of No Fakin'.

But these boys don't just know how to write an excellent song; they're also damn fine musicians. The band's singer, Josh Hundert, is the star of the band with a voice you'd expect to come out of a man three times his size, and styles ranging from dancehallish rapid fire to crisp-toned crooning. With both an acoustic and electric guitar in the band, the melodic potentials of the songs are fully exploited. The band's rhythm section, who gets a chance to show off in their duo in This Message, propels the funk in every song.

So if we could manage to drop our post-punk power-pop pretense for a moment, I'm confident we'd all be able to discover a solidly talented act with a sound entirely its own in our city's The Kitchen. They play with Freeflow and Smaq-u2 at The Lamplighter Fri Mar 24th. I'm expecting yet another good show, and I'll tell you right now that you can do the same.


wow. Let me re-state that - WOW!!! Like my great grand pappy used to always say, this is some funky good SH*T!

Hossein R.

Fantastic and original.... Innovators and Pioneers
The Kitchen, Original. The Kitchen, Groovy. The Kitchen, Candy for the ears. This band will make it big. This album is the best purchase since Avril Lavigne for us Vancouverites. Do yourself a favor, listen to one song: This Message. Funk, Rock and Soul have not been mixed in such a fashion.