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Tuesday, December 13, 2011

Exclusive Premiere: Tres Lingerie Gets Smooth and Funky on 'Tough Soul'

Posted By on Tue, Dec 13, 2011 at 11:30 AM

click to enlarge Maybe too funky? Look at those shorts.
  • Maybe too funky? Look at those shorts.

"Smooth dance music with funky sensibilities" is what gets S.F. duo Tres Lingerie going, and that's exactly what the group turns out on "Tough Soul," a new track we're premiering right here on All Shook Down. Starting off with a mellow synth figure, the song slowly unfolds into an unassumingly funky hip-shaker with clear boogie and '80s funk influences. Fans of local party Sweater Funk or L.A. boogie revivalist Dam-Funk will find lots to like here, and everyone will find a mellow local beat to get down to. You can try it out live this Thursday, when Tres Lingerie performs along with Yip Deceiver, Shock, and Loose Shus at Milk Bar. But first, grab the new song after the jump.

Tough Soul by Tres Lingerie

Once again, Tres Lingerie is at Milk Bar this Thursday, courtesy of Epicsauce.

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