It was the golden age of Arena Rock and Mega-Clubs that tempered the soul of what is the Afro Brick sound. The sacred geometry of that sound is a three-sided figure: Afro Brick is a trio, much like the Jimi Hendrix Experience, Cream, Nirvana, Rush, etc. It only takes three guys to fill a room with music. If you come to feast at the banquet of Rock, these guys leave you feeling more than satisfied.
Afro Brick's music can be described with three words:
Blue Soul Punk.
What is Blues? Afro Brick's core is derived straight out of the Mississippi Delta, snaking through time, in the path of the Great River, to the electricity of the Chicago Blues. (Robert Johnson, Muddy Waters, Buddy Guy)
What is Soul? Afro Brick is steeped in the urgency that is Groove... From Memphis to Motown, it is the subtle vehicle that moves the music of Afro Brick. (Booker T. and the MG's a la Otis Redding, The Temptations, The Isley Brothers, and James Brown)
What is Punk? The music that moved mountains. From New York City to London, the message of Afro Brick is drenched in the political angst and the satirical love that has shaped the world as we know it. (Joe Strummer of The Clash, The Sex Pistols, The Dead Boys, and of course, Kurt Cobain of Nirvana)