Juice.

Juice is beginning to make waves in Toronto. Making their name known at such venues as the Horseshoe Tavern, the Silver Dollar Room and Lee's Palace, their multi-genre style has stood out locally. After only a year and a half of being a band, they are already on the precipice of becoming a Canadian phenomenon.

If you consider yourself a jam-band connoisseur, Juice is definitely one to add to the collection. They formulate their soulful grooves by accenting the inhumanly on-time rhythm section with a funk horn ensemble, encompassed by a smooth vocalist and fiery M.C.. True brothers of groove, Juice bridges the gaps between genres, opening the doors to the endless possibilities of sound creation. They recently released their EP "Nine Nineteen," which you can check out here.

For 2012, they plan to keep song writing and recording, while touring around Ontario and Montreal. Hopefully they'll make it out to Halifax sometime very soon! In the mean time, be sure to checkout their Soundcloud and support a very talented band.


Download Juice Save Me
Download Juice The Faculty
Download Juice The Way

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