The Funk gets hunted in Golden

The Funk Hunters will be playing a live show on Saturday, Dec. 1 at the Rockwater Grill and Bar in Golden.

Things are are about to get funky at the Rockwater Grill and Bar in Golden.

The Funk Hunters will be playing a live show on Saturday, Dec. 1 with an opening set by DJ Mihajic Touch.

The Funk Hunters are one of Canada’s busiest electronic acts.

Performing their signature high-energy DJ sets and audio-visual shows at some of the world’s most popular music festivals and clubs.

The duo (Dunks & The Outlier) first teamed up because of a mutual love for good music and today this passion still rings true as they continue to champion the simple but often lost idea that the music itself comes first.

Armed with four turntables, their very own custom synched visuals, and the unique ability to create live mashups and remixes, their live show stands out.

The pair blend original productions with everything from Hip Hop to House, Glitch Hop to Drum & Bass. The Funk Hunters create original sets which are never replicated.

2012 has already seen the duo tour through the United Kingdom and Europe. They have also played headlining slots at some of North America’s most popular music festivals including Burning Man, Shambhala, Bass Coast, MEG, Evolve, and the Big Time Out.

 

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