Perry Melius and Wayne Nunes have produced a fabulous body of work in a more than twenty year partnership as one the most sought after rhythm sections, production teams, co-producers and remix talents. They work as a Rhythm section and recorded with Tricky/Billy Ocean/Adrian Sherwood/African Headcharge and in The Theatre The Harder They Come Stage Play as joint Musical directors ,rhythm on the Wizz also played fourteen Panto’s at Stratford East they have been composers of their 2012,2014 & 2106 Pantos.They have played on several soundtracks from 24/13 Ghosts/Bully/Wild & Heart and have composed a track for the Hollywood movie BAD COMPANY
The first WARRIOR CHARGE release was back in 2006 in Japan on Beat records and was called No Foundation No House and included guest appearances from Tricky, Brinsley Forde, Beatrice Brown, Jebloy Nichols, Hawkman. The second album SLUM features Beatrice Brown and has guest appearances Talvin Singh, , KamalJeet Ajimal, David McCalmont .
Now with WARRIOR CHARGE, they reveal the best of their musical experience, expertise, scope and inventive creativity.
Warrior Charge are the sound of London right now. They’re the best in the world at what they do. - Adrian Sherwood (On-U Sound)
Warrior Charge have an undisputed reputation amongst world artistes with their experience, musical knowledge and wide - spanning creativity. - Remix Magazine
“Perry and Wayne are the most talented producers in Britain. One plays Bass and one plays Drums, they are the Sly and Robbie of the UK. They’re the future of Reggae and Urban Music.” and about their work on tracks such as ‘Days like this` … “This makes me want to cry. I haven’t heard Soul as sad as this since listening to Marvin Gaye and Motown.” -TRICKY
Beauty and the Beast
**** "The songs by Wayne Nunes and Perry Melius were a treat for pop-centric adults and children alike, with RnB and reggae-tinged numbers that gave it a really upbeat feel" - The Telegraph
Theatre: Sinbad the Sailor at Theatre Royal, E15A deliciously evil baddie, good tunes and wisecracks galore — Kerry Michael’s panto is a riotous treatDominic MaxwellJanuary 9 2017, 12:01am, The Times★★★★☆The second week of January is a bit late, I’ll grant you, to be stumbling on my favourite panto of the season. Still, despite the freezing weather, despite my new year’s fatigue with all things Christmassy, I left the theatre newly full of goodwill to all men. And women. And men dressed as women. And genies. And wisecracking monkey puppetsThe songs, written with Wayne Nunes and Perry Melius, are tuneful and varied. They go from pop anthem to gospel to blues to, in the Genie Happy Song sung by the winningly vulnerable Rina Fatania, a Pharrell Williams soundalike. By leaving out the chart hits — mostly — they help to give this show a flavour all its own.