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Elephant Uproar

by Frenchy and the Punk

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Steven C. Davis
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Steven C. Davis Wow. Powerhouse drumming, driving rhythms - love them! Listen to it LOUD! LOUDER THAN THAT! Every track is a short, intense journey :) Favorite track: Carnival.
Isis Rising 02:50
Carnival 02:18
Blacksmith 02:25
The Chase 02:52


"Frenchy and the Punk's "Elephant Uproar" shows off a completely different side than their 2012 release "Hey Hey Cabaret". Pounding drum jams collide with vibrant folk punk world guitar and percussion instrumentals that drip with intesity and diversity. The CD opens with the spanish flavored 'Nevermore the Matador', with its sweeping guitar melodies and haunting background vocals and then moves onto the driving 'Isis Rising', a rousing belly dance inducing tune. From there the disc unleashes several of the duo's signature drum instrumentals, 'Carnival', an aptly titled tip of the hat to the carnival in Rio, 'Rock Paper Scissors', perhaps the albums most groove oriented track and the title track, 'Elephant Uproar', which conjures images of the majestic creatures breaking the chains of captivity. A spirited, upbeat and highly enjoyable outing from this dynamic New York duo, the disc is sure to be a favorite for those looking for music to choreograph to."


released March 26, 2013


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Frenchy and the Punk New Paltz, New York

Through their unmistakable blend of influences from post-punk, dark folk to new wave, goth & punk cabaret, FnP have forged their own distinct path since 2005, touring the US & Europe.
French-born Stephenson sings w/ a gothy heft & authority. Former punk bassist turned guitarist, live looping master Helland weaves his spidery electro/acoustic guitar noir riffage to perfectly complement Stephenson.
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