A fusion of soul, jazz and hip hop, ‘Strip Club Etiquette’ cleverly weaves a combination of live instrumentation and electronic production. This quality production is the genius of the album, created by producer Si-Fixion (long time member of Sydney Drum’n’Bass band The Bird), it features female vocalists Sonia Lesson and Shelly Hughes, Si-Fixion on keys and MPC Sampler, Daniel Brown on keys and a Horn Section made up of James Howard and Stuart Currie. Since the release of their first record, Red Bantoo have matured their sound. The successful debut release, national tour and performances at Peats Ridge and Woodford, in 2009, created a ripple… Now after completing two international tours through South East Asia during 2010, the band is on the verge of making some serious waves in Australia and abroad. ‘Strip Club Etiquette’ displays the talents of these Byron Bay based artists as producers and instrumentalists. Big beats with soulful vocals and rich horn layers, the album is composed to take the listener on a journey. A fusion of sonic melodies and well producedelectronica, makes the album very listenable. It’s this kind of record which reminds the rest of the world that Australia possesses a rich talent, a sense of originality and stands up to the test.Produced in Byron Bay and Melbourne,by Sifixion and fellow bantooion Daniel Brown, this album capitalises on the local musical talent that Byron Bay has to offer.