Funky Friday: The Getup will get your home party cookin’ tonight!


Breakin’ Bread is a Funk & Hip Hop Collective, based in South London. The Collective runs a Record Label, Clubnight and various Radio Shows. The Record Label has been active since 1999 and specialises in the funk and hip hop that surrounds the scene. With B-Boying, Turntablism, MCing and Graffiti, the Clubnight is funk fuelled mayhem.

“Ok, lets go into the studio and just write a fast, funky, signature tune” was the brief for this track. And sure enough, kicking in with the 100mph hi-hat and bongo groove, heavy on the Hammond and Clav, and with it’s instantly recognizable guitar riff you know we’re on The Getup’s home turf. Recorded live in the studio straight to tape, this clearly shows the band have been playing together for enough years to be able to nail a tune like this, but still fuel it with the energy and excitement of a band that are just discovering themselves. And ‘Straight From The Hob’ is an apt title – with it’s hot analogue production and not a single computer involved it’s like the difference between micro-waved baked beans and those, well, straight from the hob. There’s no comparison.

Order your party food via the Hungr app.

Thai Tuesday: Geng Kheaw Wan (Green Curry) and the new number one pop single in Thailand


For curry lovers, Thailand also has a masterpiece, and this is the well-known Geng Kheaw Wan or often called green curry. The quintessential aroma from the said dish will appear as an exotic perfume that reminds you that you are in the place – the land of smiles! In comparison with the red curry which has a spicy flavor, green curry has sweet flavor.

The combination of garangal, aubergine, bamboo shoots and lemon grass are the ones used to create green curry paste. But since fish sauce is Thai’s native product, the recipe wouldn’t be complete without such ingredient. On the other hand, vegetarians can substitute tofu instead of meat to meet the restriction.

And we have a new number one single in Thailand: Labanoon with เชือกวิเศษ.

Download the single on iTunes here and order you green curry on Hungr here.

Funky Friday: Baby Like Fonkin’ It Up with a chili burger, mozzarella sticks, chicken wings, onion rings, chicken nuggets and pommes frites!


A new installment in our Food & Music series is Funky Friday. Funk music is an underrated music form, that peaked in the seventies but is still very much alive. Funkatopia collected a list of the 20 best funky albums released last year. One of them is from the legendary Funkadelic, that returned to recording after 34 years!


We recommend ordering a chili burger, mozzarella sticks, chicken wings, onion rings, chicken nuggets and pommes frites with your funk. Get it all delivered via the Hungr app. Now, there is a funky friday!

It’s officially the last day of summer but not the last day you can order Vietnamese-style summer rolls with peanut sauce and listen to The Cure!


The calendar says August 31 and it’s officially the last day of summer. Why not treat yourself to Vietnamese-Style Summer Rolls with Peanut Sauce delivered to your door? And listen to classic goth rock!


‘The Last Days of Summer’ is a song from Bloodflowers, the eleventh album by English band The Cure, released in 2000. In 2002, the band performed Pornography, Disintegration, and Bloodflowers in their entirety to a Berlin audience, and released the recording on DVD in 2003, titled The Cure: Trilogy.

Listen to the album in full on Spotify here and order your food from Hungr here.

Protip: you can find the Vietnamese summer rolls in the ‘sushi’ section.

Order your veggie lasagne to the sounds of Paolo Conte


At the Hungr blog we love Italian food. We also love Italian music. Today’s artist is Paolo Conte.

Paolo Conte (born January 6, 1937) is an Italian singer, pianist, composer, and lawyer (sic!) notable for his grainy, resonant voice, his colourful and dreamy compositions evocative of Italian and Mediterranean sounds, as well as of jazz music, South American atmospheres, and of French-language singers like Jacques Brel and Georges Brassens and his wistful, sometimes melancholic lyrics.

And now you can order your lasagne in six languages on Hungr!


Dilemma: Can’t decide whether to order Italian or Thai food? Get them both!


You probably know the music app Shazam. But did you know that they also publish charts based on fans all over the world?

In Italy, the number one song right now is Baby K with “Roma – Bangkok”.

You can see the Italian Top 100 on Shazam here.

Like Baby K, you can also have both Roma and Bangkok. Listen to music via the Shazam app. Order your Italian and Thai takeway food via the Hungr app.

Download the Shazam app here. Download the Hungr app here.

Food & Music: A thai red curry with tofu goes really well with Miles Davis


This time, in our new blog series Food & Music, we talked to Berlin based musician Martin Bernt, who like the Hungr founder Rasmus, is originally from Denmark.

Sometimes, you want to eat your takeaway in peace or with a quiet conversation. Other times, it feels good to listen to music while you eat. But not all music is suited for eating. We asked Martin what he likes to eat and what he likes to listen to while enjoying his food.

Martin loves Asian food and ordered a thai red curry with tofu.


Enjoying his hot food, Martin selected the classic Miles Davis album ‘Kind of Blue’ as his soundtrack. It is not only regarded by many as the best jazz album ever, but it is also the best selling jazz album in history. Fans will recognize the famous bassline on the opening ‘So What’ immediately. You can listen to the album on Spotify here.

So how does Martin’s own music sound like? He just put out a new lyric video with footage from the controversial Enter The Void movie by Argentinian-French director Gasper Noe. You can listen to Martin and his band The Pool and see the video here:

Visit the official Miles Davis site here and listen to more music by Martin here.

You can download Spotify here and the new Hungr food delivery app here.

Food & Music: Classical Violinist Orders Noodles on Hungr and Music on Spotify

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Japanese violinist Chiharu Taki played her first concert with a full symphonic orchestra – conducted by no other than Seiji Ozawa! – at 15 years old. Today, based in Berlin, she performs all over the world. Busy with practice, rehearsals, studies and concerts, she enjoys being able to order take away with a simple app.

“Chi-chan” among friends is a Hungr beta tester and we asked her to pick some music to go with her food. Clicking through the Hungr test app, she ended up ordering noodles and tofu at the nearest restaurant.


Chiharu’s favourite violin player is Gil Shaham and his interpretations of opera music goes really well with the noodles!

Chiharu Taki is performing at the Davos Festival in August and will perform as a soloist in Berliner Philharmonie in November. Visit her new web site here:

Photo: Shixin Liang for The Contentmakers.