Voodoo and the Crypts integrate a blend of 60s psychedelia and 90s dance and hip hop; a kaleidoscope of inspiration from Primal Scream and The Rolling Stones, to Fat Boy Slim and Groove Armada gives the quartet's sound a diversity not heard amongst many modern bands, shouldering a unique sonic identity and musical maturity which unties them from their influences. Their searing, hypnotic vocals over effortlessly groovy beats and addictive melodies continue to make their mark on the current British music scene, their sound developing from infectious indie-pop, to euphoric, prismatic dance-Rock anthems, shrouded in an unapologetically psychedelic mist.
The Brighton four-piece made their name at local grassroots venues before their ferocious live energy attracted a growing audience, giving them the opportunity to play countrywide, and make appearances at UK festivals such as Truck, Y Not, Dot to Dot, Tramlines and their local Great Escape.
Voodoo's 2018 single 'Off My Mind' found them international radio play, featured on the Japanese reality show 'Terrace House' and had them named Madison Square Garden Company’s artist of the month, with their first European show in Berlin and a performance at the O2 Victoria Warehouse in Manchester coming later that year.
“Supremely confident, and with an intense swagger, the band are an exceptional live prospect” - Brightons Finest
“If Kasabian, Jagwar Ma, The Verve and The Happy Mondays had a lovechild” - Mix It All Up