Hardcore funk-metal from Funk Vigilante. This was the title track to our 2009 debut record Civil Disobedience.
Funk V represents some of the freakiest punk-rock badasses I've ever played with, and some of the finest friends I've ever known.
I'm fired up to say that some unrecorded Funk V tracks will be reworked for my solo record "Freaky Be Funky", and that some of my funky brothers will be infusing it with their incredible creative talents. More on that soon!
Hey everyone, I'm beyond stoked to announce that I have a new solo project that will make it's live debut on Canada Day at Tall Tree Music Festival 2016!!!
My crew and I have been working on a brand new record tentatively titled "Freaky Be Funky". I'm extremely proud of the way this record is shaping up, and I can't wait to share it....Hopefully we'll have some of the new tracks up soon!
Current Swell is co-headlining the festival so I'm amped for that too!
See you on Canada Day!
Funk Vigilante are some of the finest musicians and greatest friends I've ever known.
This is "Revolution" live from our last show. The track is from the Civil Disobedience record.
I'd like to edit and post all the tracks from the show when time permits, so stay tuned if your a Funk V fan!
The Rage tribute project is one of the most ruthless ass-kicking bands I've ever played with. The shows are electrifying and the crowds are always amazing.
Featuring the wicked chops of Funk-V alumni Josh Boudreau and Jud Mackay, as well as Joe Faraguna on bass!
I am sincerly honoured to play these iconic rebel anthems with such a fantastic crew of badass motherfuckers.
Filmed by Adam Lee at VictoriaMusicScene.com
From the first lyrics to the finished video, Internet Fight Song was produced in under a week as a response to the impending SOPA/ACTA bills being pushed through American congress to censor the Internet.
Although the bill was defeated, I like to think this track still stands as a reminder that the public must remain eternally vigilant if we hope to protect the Internet from governments and corporations who seek to stifle free speech.
I think this is probably my favorite Current Swell video. It's vaguely a parody of the reality t.v. series "Storage Wars", but I dig it just because we thought up so much weird, fucked up nonsense to put in it.
We get to throw American dollar bills all over the place, and my character is in some wacky B.D.S.M. scene in a garage with bunnies and shit.
Just doing our part to make sure that history gets it right.