The Urban Voodoo Machine at Prince Albert, Brighton, REVIEW Portsmouth News: ‘An experience that brave souls should see at least once in a lifetime’

Imagine a blend of The Pogues, Gogol Bordello, mariachi and New Orleans marching band, with rhythms of rock, honky-tonk, blues, and bossa nova. Add flamboyancy, drama, irreverence, camaraderie and comedy. Then you have the Urban Voodoo Machine. Before the gig you knew this was going to be different, instruments of all shapes and sizes were strewn on and around the stage, with an abundance of skulls and alcohol. The Urban Voodoo Machine is a fluid musical collective led by master showman Paul-Ronney Angel who on this occasion was joined by seven of his musical family; two drummers, bass, keyboards, guitar, … Continue reading The Urban Voodoo Machine at Prince Albert, Brighton, REVIEW Portsmouth News: ‘An experience that brave souls should see at least once in a lifetime’