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Frankenfinger

Frankenfinger

Frankenfinger


Frankenfinger is a post-punk, indie, psychedelic trio from Florida founded by Kathy Denton, Drew Watson and Ron Matus. The band smoked the Florida punk & indie music scene during the late 90's and released several vinyl singles including the college radio favourite "Minuet", a CD ep, a CD compilation, a cassette compilation and a legendary unreleased bootleg album "Hotcakes Five Cents". Denton & Watson toured and recorded with drummers Woody Compton and Brent McNeal and moved to New York in 1997 to found The New Gallery Band of York http://www. Read more on Last.fm
Frankenfinger is a post-punk, indie, psychedelic trio from Florida founded by Kathy Denton, Drew Watson and Ron Matus. The band smoked the Florida punk & indie music scene during the late 90's and released several vinyl singles including the college radio favourite "Minuet", a CD ep, a CD compilation, a cassette compilation and a legendary unreleased bootleg album "Hotcakes Five Cents". Denton & Watson toured and recorded with drummers Woody Compton and Brent McNeal and moved to New York in 1997 to found The New Gallery Band of York http://www.last.fm/music/The+New+Gallery+Band+of+York, SCUBA http://www.last.fm/music/Scuba+%28US%29 and The Full Sign http://www.last.fm/music/The+Full+Sign. "Powerful, kick-ass, atmospheric and mind-warping all at once, these folks have been compared to early Pixies meets the Gun Club played at half speed. Crazy, reverb-laden guitars, awesome Hazel-esque harmonies, and sunstroked, ultra-real lyrics just start to describe this Florida band.

Too cool." Subterranean - Berkeley, CA "Fun stuff. Semi-psychedelic, hummable pop music with great fuzzy guitars and male/female vocals that remind me of Lazy. Even the lyrics are great ("I like your Mom...she's got a nice ass, I like your Dad...he doesn't say too much"). This trio doesn't take themselves too seriously, yet they come up with some seriously good music that holds up to many repeated listenings.

My only criticism here is that there are only five tunes. I want MORE! (If you can't find this in stores, go to www.InwoodHillMusicConcern.com (Rating: 5)" Babysue Reviews Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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