They call their music electro-soul. Like the three very different individuals who make up Unklejam, it's loud, colourful and funky but thoughtful too, with instant pop hooks and a heart full of soul. Listen hard and you'll hear echoes of P-funk, the sweet sound of classic soul mixing with 80s electro-pop, all with an edge that's totally contemporary, immediately commercial, yet oddly hard to place. It doesn't sound like anything else around.
'Love Ya' is unadulterated fun. With its Rich Harrison style production, it's call to shake it on the dancefloor. Carried along by a Prince- esque falsetto, its posturing and bravado are worthy of Rick James. The songs hard-edge grooves surely announce the return of the Super Freak. Putting the fun back in the funk they are a much needed breath of fresh air and counterpoint to all the serious looking skinny indie kids littering the airwaves.
Tyson, Bobby and Adonistar are three men who could hardly be more different yet who each grew up outside conventional society in different ways, traveling everywhere yet belonging nowhere fully. "That's what links us all together, because we were from such different places, we all had to somehow come up with our own individuality," explains Adonistar. "And that's why we fit so well."
The actress thinks it would be tough to recast her character, Winifred Sanderson.
Beck wishes he'd had ''more fun'' when Kanye West invaded the stage in protest at his 2015 Grammy Awards win.
The Duffer Brothers wanted to "experiment a little bit".