Robby Hunter Band
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Robby Hunter Band

Miami, Florida, United States | Established. Jan 01, 2011 | INDIE

Miami, Florida, United States | INDIE
Established on Jan, 2011
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15
Robby Hunter Band @ terrcotta

Stuart, Florida, USA

Stuart, Florida, USA

Nov
13
Robby Hunter Band @ Micro Theater Miami

Miami, Florida, USA

Miami, Florida, USA

Nov
09
Robby Hunter Band @ Tavern In The Grove

Miami, Florida, USA

Miami, Florida, USA

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If we were to compile a list of bands that we thought were going to breakthrough into the mainstream soon, Robby Hunter Band would be near the top of that list. With a penchant for making pop-accessible tunes yet maintaining that creative & funky edge, RHB are priming themselves for big things.

Today the band is releasing their debut album, Magic City Hippies, for free download as they pay homage to all their new fans who have given them such an early boost. The album will be available for free download until Sunday at midnight, so hurry up and grab this before it goes on sale if the money is tight.

Expect to see these guys on the radio and touring a city near you very soon. Our additional highlights are below. - HillDilly.com


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The self-proclaimed "Indie-Funk" artists of the Robby Hunter Band have definitely earned their title to the uncommon genre they identify themselves with. Combining a seductive bass guitar line, heavy hitting synths, a sprinkling piano, and simple real and electronic drum beats to make a sound that’s as refreshing as it is funky to our ears, “BUST ”nails the “summer track” category on the head. A straight-forward hook and raspy vocals turn up the heat, making us feel groovy, grown, and sensual, while a short yet jarring guitar solo near the end of the track leaves us with a climax full of feeling. “BUST,” a last-minute-made single, was not originally planned to be on RHB's upcoming album, Magic City Hippies, but ended up being a tune the band felt they needed to include on the record and drop, before their new album was even released. And boy are we glad they did.

Despite realistic lyrics that describe a heartsick place where we’ve all no doubt been, left with the pang of unrequited emotions and the infidelity of a lover, “BUST” forces us to picture ourselves on a beach during sunset, drinking a corona and surrounded by good friends, while we sway our hips to the easy-going flow of the track---and start the healing process.

The Robby Hunter Band drops their new album, Magic City Hippies, this Friday, July 19th. If you’re looking for some more sexy and well-produced Indie-Funk hybrid tunes, we recommend you go out and get it. Lucky for you, the Robby Hunter Band is making their entire album for free download all weekend long at MagicCityHippies.com - Earmilk.com


Robby Hunter Band is a trio (Robby, guitar and vocals; Pat Howard, drums; John Coughlin, bass) from Miami that blends hip-hop and funk stylings into an indie rock context. The resulting songs (so far just “Hard on Me” and “Corazón”) are the musical equivalent of a perfect day at the beach: friends, ice cold beverages, sun, sand, volleyball, and an ocean of endless possibilites–wait I’m not done–and at night, a campfire, tents, s’mores, a few more ice cold beverages, fireflies, a clear night sky of endless possibilities, and music. This music. Check it out.

P.S.: “Corazón” sounds a lot like a L’Homme Run track.* - http://sunsetintherearview.com


Robby Hunter Band is a trio (Robby, guitar and vocals; Pat Howard, drums; John Coughlin, bass) from Miami that blends hip-hop and funk stylings into an indie rock context. The resulting songs (so far just “Hard on Me” and “Corazón”) are the musical equivalent of a perfect day at the beach: friends, ice cold beverages, sun, sand, volleyball, and an ocean of endless possibilites–wait I’m not done–and at night, a campfire, tents, s’mores, a few more ice cold beverages, fireflies, a clear night sky of endless possibilities, and music. This music. Check it out.

P.S.: “Corazón” sounds a lot like a L’Homme Run track.* - http://sunsetintherearview.com


On their debut album Magic City Hippies, Robby Hunter Band proves once and for all that they are their own mixed drink, blending parts blues, parts funk, and parts hip-hop into one sun-kissed, beach-ready concoction. Download the Miami guys’ album for free while you can (until midnight on Sunday)! Or “donate” a few bucks so the guys can keep providing the drinks. - http://sunsetintherearview.com


On their debut album Magic City Hippies, Robby Hunter Band proves once and for all that they are their own mixed drink, blending parts blues, parts funk, and parts hip-hop into one sun-kissed, beach-ready concoction. Download the Miami guys’ album for free while you can (until midnight on Sunday)! Or “donate” a few bucks so the guys can keep providing the drinks. - http://sunsetintherearview.com



What's so good?
By Justin Lam | Mar 23, 2013
I was a little surprised to see Miami’s Robby Hunter Band releasing new material on a Friday, considering I rarely come across anything new during the weekend. Nonetheless I will review the hell out of their debut single, “Hard On Me.”

The band describes this track as:

“…a dancey dollop of doo-wop that merges Motown pop appeal with Phoenix-y fatness, all the while taking on the timeless subject of sexual frustration. Relieve your auditory boules bleues with a jam that your grandma can get down to.”

That sums up the song quite nicely. I would say that they have a very Chromeo-like sound, minus the electronic elements, combined with some of Breakbot’s soulful beats.

These guys literally joined Facebook about a week ago, and performed at Austin’s SXSW showcase this past weekend — talk about being thrown into the deep end! - http://www.indieshuffle.com



What's so good?
By Justin Lam | Mar 23, 2013
I was a little surprised to see Miami’s Robby Hunter Band releasing new material on a Friday, considering I rarely come across anything new during the weekend. Nonetheless I will review the hell out of their debut single, “Hard On Me.”

The band describes this track as:

“…a dancey dollop of doo-wop that merges Motown pop appeal with Phoenix-y fatness, all the while taking on the timeless subject of sexual frustration. Relieve your auditory boules bleues with a jam that your grandma can get down to.”

That sums up the song quite nicely. I would say that they have a very Chromeo-like sound, minus the electronic elements, combined with some of Breakbot’s soulful beats.

These guys literally joined Facebook about a week ago, and performed at Austin’s SXSW showcase this past weekend — talk about being thrown into the deep end! - http://www.indieshuffle.com


What's so good?
By Bri Guy | Jul 19, 2013
Robby Hunter Band has built an audience with singles “Hard On Me” and “Treat You Right (Ft. GhostWridah).” The Miami based band released their debut album, Magic City Hippies on July 19, 2013, and I’m loving it.

Single “Bust” is fits right in line with their indie funk style, showcasing the band’s amazing guitar play, well-paced drumming, and Robby Hunter’s soft vocals.

Magic City Hippies is available for free download all weekend, so you’ll want to grab it here. You can also stream it on SoundCloud. Also, if you’re in the Miami Area, join Robby Hunter Band on July 19 at Barracuda Bar for the album release party! - http://www.indieshuffle.com


What's so good?
By Bri Guy | Jul 19, 2013
Robby Hunter Band has built an audience with singles “Hard On Me” and “Treat You Right (Ft. GhostWridah).” The Miami based band released their debut album, Magic City Hippies on July 19, 2013, and I’m loving it.

Single “Bust” is fits right in line with their indie funk style, showcasing the band’s amazing guitar play, well-paced drumming, and Robby Hunter’s soft vocals.

Magic City Hippies is available for free download all weekend, so you’ll want to grab it here. You can also stream it on SoundCloud. Also, if you’re in the Miami Area, join Robby Hunter Band on July 19 at Barracuda Bar for the album release party! - http://www.indieshuffle.com


Miami’s Robby Hunter Band are covering all the angles right out the gate. First they had the initial hits of “Corazon” & “Hard On Me” that made the heads turn with their undeniably catchy sound. Then it was the super-smooth r&b tinged “Treat You Right” that got everybody completely hooked.

Now to finish off the trifecta of adoration, the band has dropped their 4th and final track, “BUST”, before their debut, Magic City Hippies, drops on July 19th.

Check it out below, it’s another winner. - http://www.hillydilly.com


Miami’s Robby Hunter Band are covering all the angles right out the gate. First they had the initial hits of “Corazon” & “Hard On Me” that made the heads turn with their undeniably catchy sound. Then it was the super-smooth r&b tinged “Treat You Right” that got everybody completely hooked.

Now to finish off the trifecta of adoration, the band has dropped their 4th and final track, “BUST”, before their debut, Magic City Hippies, drops on July 19th.

Check it out below, it’s another winner. - http://www.hillydilly.com


If you’re listening to the tracks already, you won’t find it hard to believe that the Robby Hunter Band is based out of the sunny beaches of Miami. The music exudes the same happy warmth that I’m sure is extremely pervasive around Miami beaches. The happiness is positively infectious in these tunes and I think you actually receive your daily dose of vitamin D just by listening to his sunny jams. Hop in the Robby Hunter Band bandwagon early by trackin him on his social media outlets linked above. - http://www.hillydilly.com


If you’re listening to the tracks already, you won’t find it hard to believe that the Robby Hunter Band is based out of the sunny beaches of Miami. The music exudes the same happy warmth that I’m sure is extremely pervasive around Miami beaches. The happiness is positively infectious in these tunes and I think you actually receive your daily dose of vitamin D just by listening to his sunny jams. Hop in the Robby Hunter Band bandwagon early by trackin him on his social media outlets linked above. - http://www.hillydilly.com


Back to prove there are no plans to just drop 2 great tracks (“Corazon” & “Hard On Me”) and disappear, is Miami’s on the come-up group, Robby Hunter Band. ”Treat You Right” is the band’s newest track that further proves these guys are well on their way to reaching more ears. We are talking radio time, talk-show host slots, you name it. With the kind of sound these guys possess you don’t need a crystal ball to figure it out.

On “Treat You Right”, lead vocalist, Robby Hunter, croons over catchy guitar licks and knocking hip-hop percussion whilst rapper GhostWridah fills in the gaps. The pop-sensibilities are abundant and completely obvious here, so like we said expect these guys to blow up very soon. Their debut album will be released on July 19th. For now let ”Treat You Right” hold you over till then. - http://www.hillydilly.com


Back to prove there are no plans to just drop 2 great tracks (“Corazon” & “Hard On Me”) and disappear, is Miami’s on the come-up group, Robby Hunter Band. ”Treat You Right” is the band’s newest track that further proves these guys are well on their way to reaching more ears. We are talking radio time, talk-show host slots, you name it. With the kind of sound these guys possess you don’t need a crystal ball to figure it out.

On “Treat You Right”, lead vocalist, Robby Hunter, croons over catchy guitar licks and knocking hip-hop percussion whilst rapper GhostWridah fills in the gaps. The pop-sensibilities are abundant and completely obvious here, so like we said expect these guys to blow up very soon. Their debut album will be released on July 19th. For now let ”Treat You Right” hold you over till then. - http://www.hillydilly.com


What the Fuck ever happened to G. Love and his Special Sauce?

HE HAD KIDS BRO.

Seriously this video from Robby Hunter is so fucking all over the place, I'm just as turned on as I am confused. It's like the first time I realized that girls in yoga pants get me randy bro, I just wasn't expecting to feel such feels in my feel spots bro. Especially my loin feels bro.

What's weird about this track, Corazon, is that while it's playful and poppy, there is some seriously fucking tits ass musicianship going on here. From the guitar riffage, which manages to not be annoying and then get complex, and then get stuck the Fuck all up in your head all day, to the sassy ass break down, Robby Hunter fucking murders this beachy heap of hell yeah.

I don't know how this band categorizes itself, but I fucking love it. - Syffal.com


What the Fuck ever happened to G. Love and his Special Sauce?

HE HAD KIDS BRO.

Seriously this video from Robby Hunter is so fucking all over the place, I'm just as turned on as I am confused. It's like the first time I realized that girls in yoga pants get me randy bro, I just wasn't expecting to feel such feels in my feel spots bro. Especially my loin feels bro.

What's weird about this track, Corazon, is that while it's playful and poppy, there is some seriously fucking tits ass musicianship going on here. From the guitar riffage, which manages to not be annoying and then get complex, and then get stuck the Fuck all up in your head all day, to the sassy ass break down, Robby Hunter fucking murders this beachy heap of hell yeah.

I don't know how this band categorizes itself, but I fucking love it. - Syffal.com


I’ve heard a few of these songs before (maybe one or two) but I’ve never actually heard of this band till today when I stumbled upon them. They recently dropped an album “Magic City Hippies” and I am loving it as I am sitting here listening to it for the first time. They label themselves under an uncommon genre “indie funk.” Yup that’s my jam. Their sexy bass guitar line, bouncy piano tunes, and heavy hitting syncs combine to make a fresh, funky jive to either chill to or get up and dance to. I’m diggin it. - http://kbills23.wordpress.com/


I’ve heard a few of these songs before (maybe one or two) but I’ve never actually heard of this band till today when I stumbled upon them. They recently dropped an album “Magic City Hippies” and I am loving it as I am sitting here listening to it for the first time. They label themselves under an uncommon genre “indie funk.” Yup that’s my jam. Their sexy bass guitar line, bouncy piano tunes, and heavy hitting syncs combine to make a fresh, funky jive to either chill to or get up and dance to. I’m diggin it. - http://kbills23.wordpress.com/


Straight out of Miami, Robby Hunter Band puts up an ace with “Treat You Right” (feat. GostWridah). An impressive follow up to prior releases, “Hard On Me” and “Corazón”, “Treat You Right” is a nice mix of hip hop, funk and indie styles, all into a perfect slice of beach music in under 3 minutes. - http://blahblahblahscience.com


Straight out of Miami, Robby Hunter Band puts up an ace with “Treat You Right” (feat. GostWridah). An impressive follow up to prior releases, “Hard On Me” and “Corazón”, “Treat You Right” is a nice mix of hip hop, funk and indie styles, all into a perfect slice of beach music in under 3 minutes. - http://blahblahblahscience.com


“BUST” is a musical ménage à trois of seductive Soulfulness, Jai Paul-style synth rumble and visceral vocal melodies that will get your hips moving to the laidback snap of the snare faster than you can say ‘explicit content’. The Robby Hunter Band has been on our radar for a hot minute now and have been putting out some amazing summer tunes. Here they release their 4th and final single “Bust” before the release of their debut album “Magic City Hippies” on July 19th. Be sure to check out all these guys music - http://chillaxblog.com


“BUST” is a musical ménage à trois of seductive Soulfulness, Jai Paul-style synth rumble and visceral vocal melodies that will get your hips moving to the laidback snap of the snare faster than you can say ‘explicit content’. The Robby Hunter Band has been on our radar for a hot minute now and have been putting out some amazing summer tunes. Here they release their 4th and final single “Bust” before the release of their debut album “Magic City Hippies” on July 19th. Be sure to check out all these guys music - http://chillaxblog.com


Time for some sexiness. And I’m not talking the picture! While I’m waiting for the king of pantydropping, Robin Thicke, to drop his new album (yes – it’s going to feature the magnificent Blurred Lines ), I fell upon this gem. Quite in line with their album website tagline “You Are About To Download a Sexy Ass Album”, this shit is hot as sexy hell.

If you like Bust, then give their other tracks a spin. I’ve added a summerlicious tune below for your listening pleasure. The entire album can be downloaded for free here. - http://noiseness.com


Time for some sexiness. And I’m not talking the picture! While I’m waiting for the king of pantydropping, Robin Thicke, to drop his new album (yes – it’s going to feature the magnificent Blurred Lines ), I fell upon this gem. Quite in line with their album website tagline “You Are About To Download a Sexy Ass Album”, this shit is hot as sexy hell.

If you like Bust, then give their other tracks a spin. I’ve added a summerlicious tune below for your listening pleasure. The entire album can be downloaded for free here. - http://noiseness.com


Finally, finally, Miami based indie/electro/pop group, Robby Hunter Band, just dropped off their full album "Magic City Hippies". This may be a free project but it's some of the best music I've heard in too long. These guys have a vibe that works for pretty much anything; lounging, beaching, working or just fucking listening to the music. Get it now. Before I take all the free downloads. - http://www.thelaidbacklife.com


Finally, finally, Miami based indie/electro/pop group, Robby Hunter Band, just dropped off their full album "Magic City Hippies". This may be a free project but it's some of the best music I've heard in too long. These guys have a vibe that works for pretty much anything; lounging, beaching, working or just fucking listening to the music. Get it now. Before I take all the free downloads. - http://www.thelaidbacklife.com


Robby Hunter Band started with sparkling electronic elements, crunchy snares, smooth 90s pop vocals, and lyrics about busting a nut that sound like they’re straight from the mouth of a horny teenager who just noticed he finally has a chance with all the girls he’s been fantasizing about his entire life. Then they threw it all in a blender, sprinkled in some pop sensibilities, and ended up with the perfect song for vacations on the beach (and late night hotel room adventures on those vacations). Happy Summer, you guys. - Fishytunes.com


Robby Hunter Band started with sparkling electronic elements, crunchy snares, smooth 90s pop vocals, and lyrics about busting a nut that sound like they’re straight from the mouth of a horny teenager who just noticed he finally has a chance with all the girls he’s been fantasizing about his entire life. Then they threw it all in a blender, sprinkled in some pop sensibilities, and ended up with the perfect song for vacations on the beach (and late night hotel room adventures on those vacations). Happy Summer, you guys. - Fishytunes.com


The fortune hunting son of yesteryear, this the idyllic integer of impeccable irremeability, less we partition having found its calling, sensational wealth being the order from the top, we derive with the resignation that, indeed, we have truly hit the arterial vein of a quizzical mineral rich deposit. This is that deposition. Inquizzitive as that may be this is that quickening of reflex to the actualization of striking it rich. Hardening under sever temperature fluctuation, Robby Hunter Band, his Magic City Hippies leaving us with some endearing portrait of the attrition of the corpulent digging of something I truly dig, it is oppertunalistic in a sense of departed mind boggling’s and unabashed in pure unobjectionable hysteria. Blazing trails, reaching the destination of hitting those ore sensitive resignations, this one assigns some projectable decency. It is the descendent of verifiable allure. From the afterburners of some placated gold rush, where gold dictates the idealized investiture, this diamond in the rough, is the object of everyone’s desire as we make big on the dreams of going big and after all super sizing on material commodity. This little gold McNugget is breaded and battered and open late. Rather than the timeless attrition of dust collecting in the corners, but rather having someone attend to you hand and foot. Prance about. This light and fluffy, head-full of severe surrendering of serenity provided is pop’s moment with destiny as we spin, with this indeterminable impassioned recital, we authorize some inquisitive interests made redeemable pauper, with the crystalline vision accrued. Thrown in with a healthy white boy hip hop exclusive, may have pampered their sense of pride by the time, well the time after time. Indeed, it rather resides over some stupefying gibe as we nominate the resounding with our hearts beating in unison. The pieces of the pop blockbuster chalk the squeaky clean residual for some splintering spine tingling a la mode. The proof of the pudding, that good music is our accomplice and lends a hand to a killing spree that might have deafened an ear with sheer magnitude, this one see’s the death toll rising. This is that calling, well, those led to believe there is some visceral assuming that the path of least resistance would coalesce under the pretenses, we lay our heads down, so we can die easy. This has ultimately taken the mass out of mass murderer and made it that massive overhaul with designated mass appeal. It is truly massive. The moments transpire with execration exceedingly rewarding as when your personal laundry hampers gets in the line of fire, well take a number and get in line, as we all have a calling. This one tucks you in at night with that complemented satisfaction knowing your seated way above the median, and like Hunter et al you can go to bed knowing that the good Lord will prevail. This is a God given. You done lended a hand. This that gift. A gift that originates with some anterior implication. Your supposed to after all hate me, for those who have acquired the liking, and may take discretionary measure to make sure nobody gets their hands on it. Sorry, but streaming for free at the bottom of the page, you can be sure that you will and truly will get yours. This line, provided supply intake of exclusive rapture and rhapsody requires that the doctor is indeed in the house. The prognosis well a long happy life with charismatic implementation that would charm the pants of the pleasant arousal of aerated dissonance. This in fact, but by contrast materializes, the chance eradicating with a gentle nod of ambition. We oblige. This uppity, happy go lucky prudent has a precise getaway. This gold has been bought and sold. I guess I am that lucky participant. With a little yen unconscionably ruminating the relinquishment has taken a spin around the proverbial block. Chop chop, hop to. Bringing it back to square one we might hypothesize on both micro and macrocosms stating the ecstatic denomination deems implacability as the calling of the day. This gold rush is God’s gift to everyone an each an all of you’s out there. The propellant affording a simple currency. This extrovert has some extenuation that truly captivates a sense of it defining exposure. No way Jose. In fact, its hard to put a finger on. The elusive being defined we have the making of that thing that can indelibly suffice but a few connotations. It is happening and it happens to be that happy place where the wine is, indeed, that much sweeter. And the grass was nessitation obstinate, greener. Indeed, the happy makes good on its word. It is a word to the wise as the zones in on the humble servility of announcement. Keep your ears open for this one to be hittin’ the streets in time for, as is a compliment to both me and you, the little boy finding his way to the launch pad, in tact, meanwhile back at the drawing bard, as we do and this does aspiring to unassailable grandeur. Catchy hooks and some f - http://newmusicalreleases.wordpress.com/


The fortune hunting son of yesteryear, this the idyllic integer of impeccable irremeability, less we partition having found its calling, sensational wealth being the order from the top, we derive with the resignation that, indeed, we have truly hit the arterial vein of a quizzical mineral rich deposit. This is that deposition. Inquizzitive as that may be this is that quickening of reflex to the actualization of striking it rich. Hardening under sever temperature fluctuation, Robby Hunter Band, his Magic City Hippies leaving us with some endearing portrait of the attrition of the corpulent digging of something I truly dig, it is oppertunalistic in a sense of departed mind boggling’s and unabashed in pure unobjectionable hysteria. Blazing trails, reaching the destination of hitting those ore sensitive resignations, this one assigns some projectable decency. It is the descendent of verifiable allure. From the afterburners of some placated gold rush, where gold dictates the idealized investiture, this diamond in the rough, is the object of everyone’s desire as we make big on the dreams of going big and after all super sizing on material commodity. This little gold McNugget is breaded and battered and open late. Rather than the timeless attrition of dust collecting in the corners, but rather having someone attend to you hand and foot. Prance about. This light and fluffy, head-full of severe surrendering of serenity provided is pop’s moment with destiny as we spin, with this indeterminable impassioned recital, we authorize some inquisitive interests made redeemable pauper, with the crystalline vision accrued. Thrown in with a healthy white boy hip hop exclusive, may have pampered their sense of pride by the time, well the time after time. Indeed, it rather resides over some stupefying gibe as we nominate the resounding with our hearts beating in unison. The pieces of the pop blockbuster chalk the squeaky clean residual for some splintering spine tingling a la mode. The proof of the pudding, that good music is our accomplice and lends a hand to a killing spree that might have deafened an ear with sheer magnitude, this one see’s the death toll rising. This is that calling, well, those led to believe there is some visceral assuming that the path of least resistance would coalesce under the pretenses, we lay our heads down, so we can die easy. This has ultimately taken the mass out of mass murderer and made it that massive overhaul with designated mass appeal. It is truly massive. The moments transpire with execration exceedingly rewarding as when your personal laundry hampers gets in the line of fire, well take a number and get in line, as we all have a calling. This one tucks you in at night with that complemented satisfaction knowing your seated way above the median, and like Hunter et al you can go to bed knowing that the good Lord will prevail. This is a God given. You done lended a hand. This that gift. A gift that originates with some anterior implication. Your supposed to after all hate me, for those who have acquired the liking, and may take discretionary measure to make sure nobody gets their hands on it. Sorry, but streaming for free at the bottom of the page, you can be sure that you will and truly will get yours. This line, provided supply intake of exclusive rapture and rhapsody requires that the doctor is indeed in the house. The prognosis well a long happy life with charismatic implementation that would charm the pants of the pleasant arousal of aerated dissonance. This in fact, but by contrast materializes, the chance eradicating with a gentle nod of ambition. We oblige. This uppity, happy go lucky prudent has a precise getaway. This gold has been bought and sold. I guess I am that lucky participant. With a little yen unconscionably ruminating the relinquishment has taken a spin around the proverbial block. Chop chop, hop to. Bringing it back to square one we might hypothesize on both micro and macrocosms stating the ecstatic denomination deems implacability as the calling of the day. This gold rush is God’s gift to everyone an each an all of you’s out there. The propellant affording a simple currency. This extrovert has some extenuation that truly captivates a sense of it defining exposure. No way Jose. In fact, its hard to put a finger on. The elusive being defined we have the making of that thing that can indelibly suffice but a few connotations. It is happening and it happens to be that happy place where the wine is, indeed, that much sweeter. And the grass was nessitation obstinate, greener. Indeed, the happy makes good on its word. It is a word to the wise as the zones in on the humble servility of announcement. Keep your ears open for this one to be hittin’ the streets in time for, as is a compliment to both me and you, the little boy finding his way to the launch pad, in tact, meanwhile back at the drawing bard, as we do and this does aspiring to unassailable grandeur. Catchy hooks and some f - http://newmusicalreleases.wordpress.com/


Raise your glasses full of PBR to this week's Thirsty Thursday act, Robby Hunter Band! The Miami-based band is comprised of Robby Hunter (guitar and vocals), Pat Howard (drums), and John Couglin (bass). I featured their latest song "Hard On Me" in yesterday's Hump Day Mix for its dancey and dreampop sound. RHB actually describes the song as a

"dancey dollop of doo-wop that merges Motown pop appeal with Phoenix-y fatness, all the while taking on the timeless subject of sexual frustration. Relieve your auditory boules bleues with a jam that your grandma can get down to." Now that's a statement!"

I'm digging Robby Hunter Band's blend of indie funk and hip hop sound which is prevalent in their other single "Corazón"!Can't wait for their soon-to-be-released debut! In the mean time, enjoy their musical offerings to the world. - http://www.sugarbang.com/


Raise your glasses full of PBR to this week's Thirsty Thursday act, Robby Hunter Band! The Miami-based band is comprised of Robby Hunter (guitar and vocals), Pat Howard (drums), and John Couglin (bass). I featured their latest song "Hard On Me" in yesterday's Hump Day Mix for its dancey and dreampop sound. RHB actually describes the song as a

"dancey dollop of doo-wop that merges Motown pop appeal with Phoenix-y fatness, all the while taking on the timeless subject of sexual frustration. Relieve your auditory boules bleues with a jam that your grandma can get down to." Now that's a statement!"

I'm digging Robby Hunter Band's blend of indie funk and hip hop sound which is prevalent in their other single "Corazón"!Can't wait for their soon-to-be-released debut! In the mean time, enjoy their musical offerings to the world. - http://www.sugarbang.com/


Labor Day Weekend may have come and gone, but that doesn’t mean the summer celebrations have to end. If it did, it would be an awful waste of the best summer party soundtrack, Magic City Hippies, the debut album from the Robby Hunter Band. Basking in the Miami sun, the indie funk trio serves up an album scorched with hip-hop, R&B, funk, and soul. Each of the 12 tracks on Magic CIty Hippies has its own unique identity, but all of them are inspired by the chill beach lifestyle filled with parties and love affairs that last about as long as the sunset. It’s not easy singling out any one track, so here are three that should inspire you to sneak out of work in search of a sunburn and a hangover. Enjoy.

“Corazon” – a flow like a sped up Slick Rick and a De La Soul-influences chorus, this is the ultimate throwback rap track. - http://everythingwehear.com/


Labor Day Weekend may have come and gone, but that doesn’t mean the summer celebrations have to end. If it did, it would be an awful waste of the best summer party soundtrack, Magic City Hippies, the debut album from the Robby Hunter Band. Basking in the Miami sun, the indie funk trio serves up an album scorched with hip-hop, R&B, funk, and soul. Each of the 12 tracks on Magic CIty Hippies has its own unique identity, but all of them are inspired by the chill beach lifestyle filled with parties and love affairs that last about as long as the sunset. It’s not easy singling out any one track, so here are three that should inspire you to sneak out of work in search of a sunburn and a hangover. Enjoy.

“Corazon” – a flow like a sped up Slick Rick and a De La Soul-influences chorus, this is the ultimate throwback rap track. - http://everythingwehear.com/


Robin Thicke and Daft Punk may have had the songs of the summer for 2013, but Miami’s Robby Hunter Band takes everything fun about the season and transforms it into music on Magic City Hippies.

Self-described as “IndieFunk, soaked in Miami swagger, dusted with Hip-Hop, and baked in an oven of soul”, you can almost feel the sun and see the beach throughout the album. Naturally, both are heavily featured in their videos, along with other fun summer activities like roller blading and bon fires. But that’s not all. Along with their groovy bass, we’re treated to a bit of freestyle flavour in “Corazon” (below), proving that RHB are pretty fly for white guys.

If you weren’t quick enough to download Magic City Hippies for free in July when it was released, you can stream in its entirety here. It’ll be a great reminder of the beautiful weather ahead once January hits. - http://telescopemedia.com/


Robin Thicke and Daft Punk may have had the songs of the summer for 2013, but Miami’s Robby Hunter Band takes everything fun about the season and transforms it into music on Magic City Hippies.

Self-described as “IndieFunk, soaked in Miami swagger, dusted with Hip-Hop, and baked in an oven of soul”, you can almost feel the sun and see the beach throughout the album. Naturally, both are heavily featured in their videos, along with other fun summer activities like roller blading and bon fires. But that’s not all. Along with their groovy bass, we’re treated to a bit of freestyle flavour in “Corazon” (below), proving that RHB are pretty fly for white guys.

If you weren’t quick enough to download Magic City Hippies for free in July when it was released, you can stream in its entirety here. It’ll be a great reminder of the beautiful weather ahead once January hits. - http://telescopemedia.com/


Ahh its nice to listen to something refreshing but yet so simple. Miami's Robby Hunter Band released a new single. He best described by his own words..."Hard on Me” is a dancey dollop of doo-wop that merges Motown pop appeal with Phoenix-y fatness, all the while taking on the timeless subject of sexual frustration. Relieve your auditory boules bleues with a jam that your grandma can get down to." That makes sense to us...well said!

If you enjoyed this single check out his other song below called "Corazon." Also check out his Facebook for the latest news and updates. - http://lx-goods.com/


Ahh its nice to listen to something refreshing but yet so simple. Miami's Robby Hunter Band released a new single. He best described by his own words..."Hard on Me” is a dancey dollop of doo-wop that merges Motown pop appeal with Phoenix-y fatness, all the while taking on the timeless subject of sexual frustration. Relieve your auditory boules bleues with a jam that your grandma can get down to." That makes sense to us...well said!

If you enjoyed this single check out his other song below called "Corazon." Also check out his Facebook for the latest news and updates. - http://lx-goods.com/


I hate this dude.

Everything he sends me ends up making me tempt fate by trying to impregnate wifepiece.

The new album from the Robby Hunter Band, titled Magic City Hippies, is fucking blood sugar sex magic brohammers. fucking sassy and hip and danglin' and swayin'. shit is so fucking comf I've decided on allowing my testicles the privelage of breathing on the real vs. just zipper crackin' the zip zip on the camo jorts yo.

And Fire be fire.

DO YOU UNDERSTAND THAT?

I'm going bromanndo bro. No interruptionz.

BALLS. - http://www.syffal.com/


I hate this dude.

Everything he sends me ends up making me tempt fate by trying to impregnate wifepiece.

The new album from the Robby Hunter Band, titled Magic City Hippies, is fucking blood sugar sex magic brohammers. fucking sassy and hip and danglin' and swayin'. shit is so fucking comf I've decided on allowing my testicles the privelage of breathing on the real vs. just zipper crackin' the zip zip on the camo jorts yo.

And Fire be fire.

DO YOU UNDERSTAND THAT?

I'm going bromanndo bro. No interruptionz.

BALLS. - http://www.syffal.com/


The sweet, seductive sounds of Robby Hunter Band have hit the Internet in full force. We featured their single “BUST” just last weekend on the Kollection – today they’ve released their debut album Magic City Hippies, which is available to download for FREE this weekend on their website. This indie funk band doesn’t disappoint with their debut – the album shows a lot of promise and fully captures the spirit of Miami, which is where the band is based. Magic City Hippies shows a lot of diversity and range in its vocals, instrumentation, and style – upbeat, quick pop songs like “Corazon” and “Fire” contrast sharply to the slower soulful slow dance jams like “Prime” and “BUST,” but all are completely enjoyable. Don’t hesitate to grab your free download while you can this weekend, and show Robby Hunter Band some much deserved love! - Thekollection.com


The sweet, seductive sounds of Robby Hunter Band have hit the Internet in full force. We featured their single “BUST” just last weekend on the Kollection – today they’ve released their debut album Magic City Hippies, which is available to download for FREE this weekend on their website. This indie funk band doesn’t disappoint with their debut – the album shows a lot of promise and fully captures the spirit of Miami, which is where the band is based. Magic City Hippies shows a lot of diversity and range in its vocals, instrumentation, and style – upbeat, quick pop songs like “Corazon” and “Fire” contrast sharply to the slower soulful slow dance jams like “Prime” and “BUST,” but all are completely enjoyable. Don’t hesitate to grab your free download while you can this weekend, and show Robby Hunter Band some much deserved love! - Thekollection.com


If we were to compile a list of bands that we thought were going to breakthrough into the mainstream soon, Robby Hunter Band would be near the top of that list. With a penchant for making pop-accessible tunes yet maintaining that creative & funky edge, RHB are priming themselves for big things.

Today the band is releasing their debut album, Magic City Hippies, for free download as they pay homage to all their new fans who have given them such an early boost. The album will be available for free download until Sunday at midnight, so hurry up and grab this before it goes on sale if the money is tight.

Expect to see these guys on the radio and touring a city near you very soon. Our additional highlights are below. - Hillydilly.com


If we were to compile a list of bands that we thought were going to breakthrough into the mainstream soon, Robby Hunter Band would be near the top of that list. With a penchant for making pop-accessible tunes yet maintaining that creative & funky edge, RHB are priming themselves for big things.

Today the band is releasing their debut album, Magic City Hippies, for free download as they pay homage to all their new fans who have given them such an early boost. The album will be available for free download until Sunday at midnight, so hurry up and grab this before it goes on sale if the money is tight.

Expect to see these guys on the radio and touring a city near you very soon. Our additional highlights are below. - Hillydilly.com


Today the Miami based indie funk group, the Robby Hunter Band released their debut album “Magic City Hippies”. We all have had the pleasure of hearing a few singles off the album like ‘Hard On Me’, ‘Treat You Right’ and ‘Bust’. With all those creating a great hype for the album, I am super excited to share with all of you this debut project. This album has a bunch of gems on it that will have you dancing and wanting to show your friends. If you haven’t already be sure to follow these guys on Twitter and download your FREE copy below for a limited time only. Enjoy. - Goodmusicallday.com


Today the Miami based indie funk group, the Robby Hunter Band released their debut album “Magic City Hippies”. We all have had the pleasure of hearing a few singles off the album like ‘Hard On Me’, ‘Treat You Right’ and ‘Bust’. With all those creating a great hype for the album, I am super excited to share with all of you this debut project. This album has a bunch of gems on it that will have you dancing and wanting to show your friends. If you haven’t already be sure to follow these guys on Twitter and download your FREE copy below for a limited time only. Enjoy. - Goodmusicallday.com


Summertime is what you make it. When we’re in school, Summertime represents the freedom to conduct all of the debaucheries you day-dreamt about the entire school year and just didn’t have sufficient time to make happen during Spring Break. Summertime, represents the cheesy lines you can now forcefully spit as you walk up to a hot little piece of ass at the beach bar and tell her that what everyone truly needs in life, is someone to look up to; towering over her, half-drunk and horny as all fuck.

You don’t give a fuck
You Just wanna Bust
What about Love
What about Trust.”

BUST is literally about the act of making a woman orgasm. In this case, it seems more like Robby Hunter is directing this to some specific member of the female species. Also in this case, it seems as if this hot lady friend of his has quite a few options.

When its cold and the goal’s to get you off
I can give you what you need
You don’t really want to fold, but I know he’d get you off
Just as good as me.”

It’s quite true that these days, more and more, ladies are the new “Men” in the somewhat cynical sense that some of them could care less about LOVE and more about just busting-that-nut. And this, ladies and gentlemen, is what BUST by the Robby Hunter Band is all about. A simple act of emotionless gratification that is as fulfilling as those light summer breezes that tickle our feet as we tan in the sun all day, frosty alcoholic beverages in hand with all sorts of glisteningly delicious bodies around us. It contains a fun summertime feel that is all too perfect for these last few end-of-summer days we have left.

The song houses a super sensual groove that is equally super seductive, played out perfectly by it’s synths, a sick bassline and its cheeky little piano that pokes its keys in and out, here and there, and sounds eerily like a very young Dr. Dre-esque chord progression. The moans make it that much more obvious and that much more fun, all leading up to a rather fitting powerful climax towards “the end” provided by an intense and unmatchable guitar solo.

Enjoy this at high volumes once everyone at your party is nice and wasted. Slow gyrating, half-naked and the sweet smells of yummy sex in the air.

And I,
Can’t control the sweat we’d drop
When I get you off your feet
And I,
Want to roll but (the) breasts you got
Look good enough to eat.” - http://www.etmusiquepourtous.com/


Summertime is what you make it. When we’re in school, Summertime represents the freedom to conduct all of the debaucheries you day-dreamt about the entire school year and just didn’t have sufficient time to make happen during Spring Break. Summertime, represents the cheesy lines you can now forcefully spit as you walk up to a hot little piece of ass at the beach bar and tell her that what everyone truly needs in life, is someone to look up to; towering over her, half-drunk and horny as all fuck.

You don’t give a fuck
You Just wanna Bust
What about Love
What about Trust.”

BUST is literally about the act of making a woman orgasm. In this case, it seems more like Robby Hunter is directing this to some specific member of the female species. Also in this case, it seems as if this hot lady friend of his has quite a few options.

When its cold and the goal’s to get you off
I can give you what you need
You don’t really want to fold, but I know he’d get you off
Just as good as me.”

It’s quite true that these days, more and more, ladies are the new “Men” in the somewhat cynical sense that some of them could care less about LOVE and more about just busting-that-nut. And this, ladies and gentlemen, is what BUST by the Robby Hunter Band is all about. A simple act of emotionless gratification that is as fulfilling as those light summer breezes that tickle our feet as we tan in the sun all day, frosty alcoholic beverages in hand with all sorts of glisteningly delicious bodies around us. It contains a fun summertime feel that is all too perfect for these last few end-of-summer days we have left.

The song houses a super sensual groove that is equally super seductive, played out perfectly by it’s synths, a sick bassline and its cheeky little piano that pokes its keys in and out, here and there, and sounds eerily like a very young Dr. Dre-esque chord progression. The moans make it that much more obvious and that much more fun, all leading up to a rather fitting powerful climax towards “the end” provided by an intense and unmatchable guitar solo.

Enjoy this at high volumes once everyone at your party is nice and wasted. Slow gyrating, half-naked and the sweet smells of yummy sex in the air.

And I,
Can’t control the sweat we’d drop
When I get you off your feet
And I,
Want to roll but (the) breasts you got
Look good enough to eat.” - http://www.etmusiquepourtous.com/


The boys from Robby Hunter Band are back with a new single, “Bust,” in preparation for the release of their debut album, Magic City Hippies, out this Friday, July 19th. “Bust” is a sultry R&B number that stays true to the band’s sun-drenched, funky aesthetic. Everything the Miami based three-piece has released thus far has been nothing but beach-worthy tune after beach-worthy tune, perfect for kicking back and cooling off with a cold one, so I’m sure the album will not disappoint. Stream “Bust” below and get swept away in the summery goodness. - Allthingsgomusic.com


The boys from Robby Hunter Band are back with a new single, “Bust,” in preparation for the release of their debut album, Magic City Hippies, out this Friday, July 19th. “Bust” is a sultry R&B number that stays true to the band’s sun-drenched, funky aesthetic. Everything the Miami based three-piece has released thus far has been nothing but beach-worthy tune after beach-worthy tune, perfect for kicking back and cooling off with a cold one, so I’m sure the album will not disappoint. Stream “Bust” below and get swept away in the summery goodness. - Allthingsgomusic.com


The self-proclaimed "Indie-Funk" artists of the Robby Hunter Band have definitely earned their title to the uncommon genre they identify themselves with. Combining a seductive bass guitar line, heavy hitting synths, a sprinkling piano, and simple real and electronic drum beats to make a sound that’s as refreshing as it is funky to our ears, “BUST ”nails the “summer track” category on the head. A straight-forward hook and raspy vocals turn up the heat, making us feel groovy, grown, and sensual, while a short yet jarring guitar solo near the end of the track leaves us with a climax full of feeling. “BUST,” a last-minute-made single, was not originally planned to be on RHB's upcoming album, Magic City Hippies, but ended up being a tune the band felt they needed to include on the record and drop, before their new album was even released. And boy are we glad they did.

Despite realistic lyrics that describe a heartsick place where we’ve all no doubt been, left with the pang of unrequited emotions and the infidelity of a lover, “BUST” forces us to picture ourselves on a beach during sunset, drinking a corona and surrounded by good friends, while we sway our hips to the easy-going flow of the track---and start the healing process.

The Robby Hunter Band drops their new album, Magic City Hippies, this Friday, July 19th. If you’re looking for some more sexy and well-produced Indie-Funk hybrid tunes, we recommend you go out and get it. Lucky for you, the Robby Hunter Band is making their entire album for free download all weekend long at MagicCityHippies.com - Earmilk.com


The self-proclaimed "Indie-Funk" artists of the Robby Hunter Band have definitely earned their title to the uncommon genre they identify themselves with. Combining a seductive bass guitar line, heavy hitting synths, a sprinkling piano, and simple real and electronic drum beats to make a sound that’s as refreshing as it is funky to our ears, “BUST ”nails the “summer track” category on the head. A straight-forward hook and raspy vocals turn up the heat, making us feel groovy, grown, and sensual, while a short yet jarring guitar solo near the end of the track leaves us with a climax full of feeling. “BUST,” a last-minute-made single, was not originally planned to be on RHB's upcoming album, Magic City Hippies, but ended up being a tune the band felt they needed to include on the record and drop, before their new album was even released. And boy are we glad they did.

Despite realistic lyrics that describe a heartsick place where we’ve all no doubt been, left with the pang of unrequited emotions and the infidelity of a lover, “BUST” forces us to picture ourselves on a beach during sunset, drinking a corona and surrounded by good friends, while we sway our hips to the easy-going flow of the track---and start the healing process.

The Robby Hunter Band drops their new album, Magic City Hippies, this Friday, July 19th. If you’re looking for some more sexy and well-produced Indie-Funk hybrid tunes, we recommend you go out and get it. Lucky for you, the Robby Hunter Band is making their entire album for free download all weekend long at MagicCityHippies.com - Earmilk.com


Discography

Magic City Hippies- LP (2013)

Bull Ride - Single (2014)

Prom Night- Single (2014

Photos

Bio

sun-drenched, sin-ridden streets of Miami, Robby Hunter found himself being gently pushed farther down his path towards musical greatness. Moving bodies on the sidewalk with his one-man-band setup, Robby had been serenading the local co-eds for months until the local authorities threatened to incarcerate him if he did not "leave or play in a real bar".

Now it's five years later, and the Robby Hunter Band (Robby, guitar and vocals; Pat Howard, drums; John Coughlin, bass) is playing more than their fair share of South Florida's premier venues, gathering an ever larger following in anticipation of their soon-to-be-released debut album. With their first two singles, "Corazn" and "Hard On Me," Robby and his merry men are bringing a unique blend of Indie Funk and Hip Hop straight out of Miami and to the people.

Over the past year, the Robby Hunter Band has found a large and ever-expanding fanbase that can’t get enough of the boys’ hip and unique sound, a genre we like to call Indie Funk. Since the release of their debut album "Magic City Hippies" in July, the RHB has been making huge waves across a variety of media platforms: well over 900k plays on Sound Cloud, a number 2 spot atop MTV’s most popular music video page, and scores of reviews and write-ups from print and online publications the world over.On par with the international success of their debut album, Robby Hunter Band delivers a world-class, high energy live performance that never fails to fill the dance floor. Since hitting the stage at last year’s SXSW Unofficial showcase Bandanza, Robby and the boys have played virtually every respected live music venue in South Florida, drawing larger and larger crowds of enthusiastic fans and intrigued venue patrons.

Check out our music to experience for yourself the Robby Hunter Band and their fresh mix of hometown heroism and finely honed artistry.

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