My Sauce Good is a tasty Sydney-based group with Female vocals, electric guitar, percussion, keyboards, electric bass and drum machine. Singer Laura and guitarist Dirk met at ‘the Studio’ Opera House checking out a night of Russian music, (including the mighty Vulgargrad) and enjoying it so much spontaneously decided to form a band, which began as a duo and has now expanded to a 5-piece. An original sound you could call ‘Continental Boogie’ or ‘International Beat’: Bohemian 1960’s Rock influences, Weird-World-Music touches, Soulful ballads and 1980’s spikiness combine.
My Sauce Good is fun, flavoursome and stylish with musical influences from around the World. There are songs in Spanish, French, Italian and yes, — even English. A bit Gainsbourg a bit Velvet Underground a bit Mercedes Sosa, MSG has flavour and attitude.
The group began in 2008 and has been going from strength to strength with memorable performances at a selection of Australian and International music festivals, hip clubs such as Venue 505, Camelot Lounge, The Basement and major theatres such as The Sydney Opera House, The Seymour Centre, Riverside Theatre, The Art Gallery of New South Wales, Warehouse Parties and even on the streets of Italy. The band is proudly promoting their new animated Film-clip and EP ‘Orphan Spirit’. New album ‘Death of a Wedding Band’ is on the way.
The group’s international appeal has ensured an ecstatic reception on a recent tour of Europe, playing to enthusiastic festival and venue crowds in Amsterdam, Florence, Paris, London, Berlin, Corsica, Perugia and throughout Ireland.
…“Their smooth smoky burlesque sound seems like it would naturally thrive in a performance setting” (Stephanie Tell, The Music).
…”My Sauce Good are making their mark on the music scene with their combination of soulful vocals, grooving melodies and musical openness” (Noemie Huttner-Koros, BMA Magazine)
…”I spent the opening part of My Sauce Good’s set being completely entranced by Laura Brozky’s vocals and overall presence. Wearing a killer pair of heels and bright jeans, the vocalist oozed European sexiness with a quintessential charm Australians are generally labelled with. The band is equally as welcoming to listen to and they waste no time in letting an audience know that they aren’t just a group capable of singing in multiple languages. I feel like I could easily be in a European café or some dimly lit bar listening to some amazing cabaret/jazz artists, the way Brozky’s smoky vocals fill up the band room. Dirk Kruithof is impressive on guitar, but it’d be impossible to put any of these musicians’ talent above each other – they work well as a unit, pieces of a great bohemian-esque puzzle that lock in excellently. Look the band up if you’ve not heard them before, I can guarantee you you’ll be in for a ride.” (Sosefina Fuamoli, AU Review)