Back for an historic one weekend only, the original Dynamic Hepnotics regroup on stage for a genuine soul shakedown party, recalling the halcyon days of the mid 80s and their chart topping nation wide summer anthem 'Soul Kind Of Feeling' – a bona fide Australian classic and winner of the APRA award for the most performed Australian song of the year.
Gyrating, super soulful front man ‘CONTINENTAL’ ROBERT SUSZ, joined by sax wielding master blaster BRUCE ALLEN, guitar whiz ANDREW SILVER, bass supremo ALAN BRITTON and on the drums ANTERO CESCHIN, as they unleash a tsunami of memorable hits: 'Gotta Be Wrong', 'Hepnobeat', 'Rolling In The Dirt', 'Believe Me', 'Shake Your Hips' and many, many more including the show stopping 'Soul Kind Of Feeling' (the soundtrack of a generation when soul, r’n’b and the funky grooves ruled supreme). With 3RRR’s Johnny Topper as the MC and PBS’s DJ Mohair Slim spinning the tunes.
These two concerts at The Memo were dedicated to Robbie Souter, the longest-serving drummer of Sydney soul-funk band Dynamic Hepnotics, who passed away last month of liver failure at the age of 68.
Photography by Carbie Warbie.