Funk is back.
Especially if you like cars and helicopters!
Yes, it’s an unabashed party album, with no aim of informing, let alone empowering the listener; yes, it’s a far, far cry from the days when they railed against the world’s injustices. But that doesn’t mean it isn’t, you know, good.
Music and emotions have always been interlocked. You hear a song you love, you get excited, turn it up, and make a fool of yourself waiting for the traffic to clear. When carefully picked, it can be a tool to …