Edinburgh Jazz and Blues Festival: Bomba Titinka
Bomba Titinka deliver a raucous, dance inducing take on Electro Swing, and return to the Fringe with a new line-up and a new energy.
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The band that deliver a raucous, dance inducing take on Electro Swing, return with a new line-up and a new energy. Mixing a swirl of jive, with swing and early Rock 'n' Roll, their retro sound, that seems to come from a tube radio, mixes with modern beats and grooves. Singer and bassist, Wanda Lassarovich, has a crew of violin, guitar, drums and DJ scratcher, making party sounds for alternative summer festivals all over Europe.
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