London-based acid jazz quartet the Sandals only lasted for one album, but their ability to sign with a major label and score a pop hit with their single "Feet" was an early indication that trendy club music could comfortably move from the hipster fringes into the mainstream. Naturally, some despise them for this, but the group's two releases, the full-length Rite to Silence and the EP Cracked, are superb early-'90s dance records.
The roots of the Sandals are in the South London club scene of the… Show more
Don't Miss This
The Nutcracker presented by Boston Ballet
at Boston Opera HouseTue 12/10 7:30p