Looking for Trouble: The Apples hit Society of Sound

Looking for Trouble: The Apples hit Society of Sound

Probably the best party band in the world, Israel’s hugely funky nine-piece, The Apples, provide this month’s Society of  Sound album.

Armed with two saxophones, trumpet, trombone, drums, bass and, to top it off, two turntables, they sound like the Beastie Boy’s house band by way of The Metres.

Their barnstorming version of Rage Against The Machine’s ‘Killing in the name of’ hugely increased their audience and is surely one of the most joyous cover-versions ever recorded.

Society of Sound members can now download their ‘Looking for Trouble’ album or sign up for a free trial and download a free track.

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