Do you like your funk raw, dirty and a little dark? From the sweat drenched clubs of Philadelphia comes The Blue Method --- a band with so much bottom-end they actually blew their own speakers while previewing their latest 2007 release, "Kill The Music Vol. 2". The band's sophomore effort, "Kill The Music Vol. 2", bumps and grinds through dark alleyways and dimly lit nightclubs with a touch of gospel, immense horns and the paramount funk that made their first release the #1 downloaded album in the funk category at Garageband. Songs like the sweltering "Get Back Home" feature trembling vocals over swirling 60's inspired synthesizer and window shattering bass that's so funky you can't help but kick out the seat you're sittin' in. The more pop-oriented "Other Family" is sweet and smooth with a catchy kicker you find yourself singing while stuck in traffic or in the line at the grocery store. Whatever song takes you in for the day, it's undeniable that The Blue Method sound could be the soundtrack for the mood you're in. Blazing trails on the east coast The Blue Method has gained major headway in a relatively short time. Their undeniable strength in both the studio and live setting has music authorities of all types awaiting their new release, available for it's first taste at the World Café Live on June 7th. And... Don't worry; you can turn the volume up.