Dumpstaphunk On World Cafe : World Cafe Dumpstaphunk has thrived in the New Orleans funk scene alongside some of the best in the business.
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Dumpstaphunk has thrived in the New Orleans funk scene alongside some of the best in the business. The group's new album, Dirty Word, features a number of guest stars, including Ani DiFranco, who lives in New Orleans, and Flea of The Red Hot Chili Peppers.

The record hints at gospel, blues, R&B and rock while still preserving Dumpstaphunk's funky musical heritage. Here, the band performs in the studio for World Cafe.

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03Dancing to the Truth

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01Water

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