Audio Frenzy | Free Your Mind

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Free Your Mind

by Audio Frenzy

"Free Your Mind" to a new kind of sound. The unique earthy feel of this record features wooden flute and kalimba combined with driving electric guitar and bass. Check it out!
Genre: Rock: Post-Rock/Experimental
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1. Right from the Start
3:52 $0.99
2. Tired
3:38 $0.99
3. Maceo's Lament
5:04 $0.99
4. Tamed
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Audio Frenzy is an emerging, experimental band in Socorro, New Mexico. Audio Frenzy combines an eclectic mix of music backgrounds ranging from jazz to metal, alt rock to world music, with hints of blues and roots in tribal music.

"Free Your Mind" is Audio Frenzy's first release and is a four track EP. It was recorded in Socorro, New Mexico in the rented house of three graduate students.

"It’s a dynamic act, and at the same time very fluid, and very hard to describe."

"One of the first things that strikes you is Morgan’s voice, both its unusual timbre and the carefully modulated way she uses it. It’s not so much a vehicle for getting the lyrics across as it is an instrument that only she can play."

"Edel, who plays guitar [and] sings back-up in a sometimes gravelly voice that blends well with Morgan’s ... is basically self-taught although he came from a musical family — his mother is a pianist and his sister teaches a traditional many-stringed Ukrainian instrument called a bandura."

"Underneath it all is Lapham’s percussion, steady as a heartbeat, pulling at the listener like a strong current in deep water."

--Suzanne Barteau, El Defensor Chieftain



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