BLACK MAGIC FLOWER POWER Fuse Funk and Psych Rock with Retro-Visuals on “Funky Town Sex Machine”

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Arizona based boogie rock band BLACK MAGIC FLOWER POWER has set aside time from their intense touring schedule to release the official music video for their new single, “Funky Town Sex Machine,” originally premiered on taste maker pop culture site mxdwn.

“Wanting to show the true funkadelic style of this project and for people who have not seen us live, this song and video are a glimpse into the fun and fresh world we are creating.” – BLACK MAGIC FLOWER POWER

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“The song and video serve as a perfect introduction to the band, showcasing their funk licks with vocals that wouldn’t be out of place on a rock record out of the Joshua Tree scene – which makes sense because the band calls the Sonoran Desert home when they’re not on the road….” Matt Matasci – mxdwn

Download / Stream “Funky Town Sex Machine” online:

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Catch Black Magic Flower Power LIVE: 09/06 @ Poor Boy’s – New Orleans, LA 09/07 @ Freetown Boom Boom Room – Lafayette, LA 09/12 @ Paper Tiger – San Antonio, TX 09/13 @ The Dead Horse Bar – San Angelo, TX 09/14 @ El Patio – Las Cruces, NM 09/20 @ The Hut – Tucson, AZ 10/05 @ The Grand Ballroom/club Palazzo – Phoenix, AZ 10/30 @ Launch Pad – Albuquerque, NM 10/31 @ Taos Mesa Brewing – El Prado, NM 11/02 @ El Patio – Las Cruces, NM

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“Black Magic Flower Power has coined the phrases “Stoner-Disco” and “Desert-Boogie” to describe their unique blend of Disco, Pop, Psychedelic Rock & Funk. BMFP is a quintet comprised of synth guitar, clavinet, slap bass, wah wah, strings, horns, hook laden vocals and percussive disco beats. It’s impossible to not be transported back to the golden age of roller disco and classic cop shows when drinking their special acid laced Kool-Aid dialed into a radio station that plays Issac Hayes, The Cure, Beck & Eagles Of Death Metal simultaneously. The band performs 150 + shows a year and resides on the outskirts of the Sonoran Desert when not on the road.”

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