Fate can be subjectively defined as the ambition of chance events. The Goonies began as a novelty (that grew out of one such encounter) and evolved into a movement of originality and musical innovation. With commanding songwriting, colorful blues construction, and the aggressive rhythm backing of live musicians, the Goonies combine an interesting array of band-composed music with the bravado of two distinctive MCs. The Goonies' sound is layered with mystery, raw mastery and their delivery can only be described as frighteningly on point, dynamic, and more fun than other bands. The mission of the Goonies' music is simple, to take the live show back to when music was fun and the crowd was the musicians' oyster.
The Goonies Illumination: Vocals Clam Weezy: Vocals Adam Fisher: Guitar Andrew Willis: Bass Kinyatta King: Drums
Too - The second album by The Goonies. Based out of Syracuse, NY, they offer new inventive sounds, anchored with a thumping back beat and organic arrangements that further push the envelope of hip hop, blues and funk condensed into an organic amalgam.
The debut, self-titled release from this Syracuse super-duo intertwines the lives of two MCs, allowing the gravity and personality of their reflective styles to serve as a lucid counterweight to their musical fury. Plunging into the depths of multiple genres, each song takes you deeper into the Goonies' cauldron, ultimately yielding to an easily digestible 70s rock presentation, with the respect and charisma of 90s era MCs. This disc is a must for any music fan that wants to hear the evolution of hip hop from the vantage point of the musician. Basically, if you like music, then you will love The Goonies.