Music Crowns are thrilled to have teamed up with Musicians Against Homelessness to introduce a number of exceptional bands and artists to millions of music fans each month. Today are we stoked to reveal that we have chosen SUPA & Da Kryptonites as one of our top three Musicians Against Homelessness Spotlighted Artists.
From funk to reggae, jive to hip-hop, soul to grime, Edinburgh-based octet SUPA & Da Kryptonites refuse to be pigeon-holed.
A three-piece horn section that takes inspiration from Ska and Swing combined with a blues-infused rhythm section, soulful female vocals and fronted by a self-confessed “socially-conscious” MC, Supa & Da Kryptonites’ unconventional approach is one impossible to replicate.
Check out the video below of SUPA & Da Kryptonites doing what they do best in their recent performance on SAE Glasgow Live Lounge.
Winners of the Best Unsigned Band Competition in 2015, and having supported high-profile acts such as Akala, Neneh Cherry and Grandmaster Flash, this highly-energetic and original collective are one to keep your eyes peeled for.
Founded by Emma Rule and launched by former Oasis manager Alan McGee in 2016, Musicians Against Homelessness began as a series of 100 gigs which saw up-and-coming bands performing alongside established artists, all whilst raising funds for Crisis and other homeless charities.
Since MAH launched, they have put on close to 1,000 gigs, have had numerous festival stages and up to 3,000 artists performing for them. By the end of this year, they hope to have raised close to £300,000.