The Winachi Tribe ‘PLANT THE SEED’ – OUT TODAY!!! Via A1M Records Ltd

The Winachi Tribe Release ‘Plant the Seed’ With Live Film From The Electric Carousel Club London to Follow on Monday28th September 2015


Lyrically explosive, musically eclectic, a sonic soul collective who adhere to no boundaries musically or culturally.  Gifted musicians, fusing, soul, funk and disco with an urban swagger to create one massive groove. Their music puts a smile on your face and a swing in your hips.

Following the release of their debut EP, released on A1M records in 2015, the band gigged across the UK, gained airplay on BBC introducing in Manchester & Liverpool and earned rave reviews from UK and USA music websites. Thousands of summer festival goers experienced their unique ‘electro-funk groove’ as they shared stages with Basement Jaxx, Tinie Tempah & The Flaming Lips.

NME featured their debut video ‘Time For Love’, which included a cameo from Keith Allen, and their music was featured in the film ‘We Own the Dance Floor’ which premiered at Glastonbury Festival.

The upcoming film captures the energy and passion served up by Urban Funk and Soul Outfit, The Winachi Tribe as they play their second single ‘Plant the Seed’ live. The film captures the band and audience, complete with behind the scenes footage, at one of their seminal performances in the nation’s capital. “West end glamour, meets northern swagger” in a melting pot of funk and soul mixed with 100 degree heat. It was filmed & directed by East London film collective ZigZagZig & produced by A1M records. The trailer for the film was featured in MUZU and previewed in the NME

To coincide with the release of The Winch Tribe’s second single ‘Plant the Seed’, the band have a commissioned a remix ‘The Seed Will Grow’ by legendary LA producer and Musician Danny Saber.  With a reputation for diversity in both production and remixing talents, Saber has created a massive dance floor tribal vibe, fuelled with a studio 54 electronic beat, high energy twister ride, brooding synth and overdrive guitar, to create a truly stellar groove. Saber has previously worked with artists including Madonna, Seal, David Bowie, U2, The Rolling Stones, The Charlatans, Ozzy Osborne, Marilyn Manson, Busta Rhymes and Public Enemy.

Watch ‘Plant The Seed’:


’Plant the Seed’ is taken from the band’s critically acclaimed debut EP ‘Time For Love’, which was selected by Tom Robinson’s Fresh on the Net to feature in September’s BBC 6 Music Mixtape.

The EP received rave reviews in the media, with praise from websites and online magazines as diverse as Louder Than War, XS Noize, Subba-Cultcha and The Musical Outcast. It was also championed by BBC 6 Music, BBC Manchester and Liverpool IntroducingAmazing Radio and American college and internet radio worldwide.

Facebook fan pages from Aberdeen to Los Angeles, have appeared, with the proclamation ‘Bring The Winachi Tribe to Town’.

The Winachi Tribe’s Seed is Sown! Join them and watch it grow throghout 2016!

As good a band as I have ever worked with, they blew my head off when I first heard their music. They have so many angles, sort of a funk revolving door, they are definitely special in their own inimitable style.”  Danny Saber

We are on the edge of a hybrid soul/northern soul explosion. I think it will, for want of a better word, be the new punk. It’s the perfect conduit to express feelings of frustration anger and passion. The Winachi Tribe’s tune fits into the picture perfectly. Bring it on!” Keith Allen

“Congrats on the new Winachi Tribe EP, it brings funk and dance together for a cracking debut release.” Louder Than War

“‘Time for Love’, will have grooving, and moving your feet. In a day and age when the top 40 is made up of ‘pop music by numbers’ the electro-funk groove which runs through these tracks is a beautiful remedy to the boredom. If the Winachi Tribe don’t restore your faith in creativity then nothing will.” James Holder, The Musical Outcast

“The song’s catchy chorus will become stuck in your head, your foot will more than likely be tapping and you’ll be longing for the sun to shine, fun and breezy song that deserves to be enjoyed.” Pure M Magazine

The Winachi Tribe have carefully handpicked their ingredients, heated the oil, sizzled it all up in the pan, and come together in a great big pot of the best parts of all your favorite dinners. This is dance party music to throw some serious shapes to.” Mary Long, Subba-Cultcha

‘Time For Love’ is a superb first offering from The Winachi Tribe, fusing funk, soul, disco, electro and indie to create one massive groove. Its classy, cool and leaves you wanting more. Think somewhere in between the Happy Mondays and Chic and you are on the right track.” Gig Slutz

“’Time for Love’ is a magnetism of nostalgia and originality, unleashing a soulfully infectious vibe. Manna for those with a passion of funk ‘n’ soul and pleasing temptation for those maybe less inclined to swing a hip or two.” The Ringmaster Review

“The Winachi Tribe are an Electro Funk Sonic Soul Collective, whose influences come from such diverse sources as The Happy Mondays, Grand Master Flash and Daft Punk”. A mix of musical styles & cultural backgrounds that keep the band lyrically explosive and musically diverse”. Essentially Pop

Live Dates:

7th November: Shine On Weekender, Minehead Arena, Somerset with Happy Mondays, Stereo MCs, 808 State
22nd November: Leicester O2 Academy, supporting Happy Mondays
26th November:  Nottingham Rock City, supporting Happy Mondays
27th November:  Drummonds, Aberdeen

23rd January: The Phoenix, Cavendish Square, London


Plant The Seed REMIX Soundcloud Link:

Plant the Seed Video (Full Version) Directed by ZigZag Zig:

Plant the Seed on iTunes:

Second single ‘Plant the Seed’ released 25th September 2015

A1M Records Ltd –
The Winachi Tribe:

Photography ©Karin Albinsson

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