Introducing THE MONEY: a Club/Rock, Stadium Pop fully loaded hook revolver with the safety off; integrating Bass Culture, Pop Chic and relentless vocal hooks built around the solid foundations of timeless guitar licks and Rock ‘n’ Roll showmanship. Combine the painfully honest, uplifting and euphoric songwriting expertise of Jake Buckley alongside a fearsomely charismatic iconic frontman by the name of Paul ´Stav´ Mylonas; back it up with Paul ´PK´ King on drums spitting out loops, samples & solid beats and the instantly recognisable melodic tones of Adam Dziuba on bass and you have a modern, original, infectious sound. Already seen & heard at gigs, residencies & festivals all over the U.K, Europe and the rest of The World, nows your chance to get a piece of the action.
Basically, The Money sound like the feeling you get when you wrestle a polar bear to the ground and win…. on top of a mountain…. on live TV…. with a winning lottery ticket in your back pocket.’
‘Introducing ‘The Money’: a Club/Rock, Stadium Pop fully loaded hook revolver with the safety off.’
Just James are a live music project bringing together qualities of Hiphop, Drum ‘n’ Bass, and House as a fusion force to be reckoned with.
We’ve been performing together for two years now touring the Nottingham and Midlands music scenes, alongside up and coming festivals around the UK. Journalists and promoters have tried to pigeon-hole us with terms such as ‘Rave-hop’ and ’90’s Indie’ but we’ve found the best term to describe our band is ‘Science-fiction rock and roll’. We recently signed to Soundhub Records and We are now aspiring to expand our fan base alongside performing in other cities around the UK with the intention of publicising our new single ‘Red Light Means Go’ and other recordings in the near future.
The single ‘Red Light Means Go’ released July 16th was widely anticipated and has had impressive reviews throughout the board. The single itself has been described as ‘a hybrid behemoth; a beast with the head of acid-punk, the body of drum and bass and hindquarters of industrial grindcore’. Lord knows what it’s other bits are made of.
“The name Just James might conjur up images of a nineties indie band, but think again as these guys are nothing of the sort. To watch them live is like shaking up a fizzy drink and then standing back watching the whole thing explode.”• Leftlion Magazine
“Who needs class A’s when you’ve got these lot” • Midlands Music Maniacs
“These guys go in hard with a lyrical flow possessing all the force of a swinging baseball-bat. Expect grizzly bass lines funky vibes and masses of energy from JUST JAMES”• Nusic