Mysterious Mummies 

A group of enigmatic, somewhat horny ancient ones is descending on the Rialto

It's hard to dislike a band whose name doubles as an announcement of its impending arrival. It also helps that Here Come the Mummies know their way around visceral funk and R&B grooves in the classic 1970s style. The true and ancient…

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