Frosted Orange & Friends Album Release Feat. Joe Pettis & Dj Dookie Platters At Venkman's

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Frosted Orange is ready to blow doors off … Starts off with a blast of Zappa then shifts into some Deep Purple territory: very few acts could pull off the prog with frantic horns & punk vox & acid guitar, too many chops required. Now I’m listening to the trippy flutey “Spin A Yarn” … this is all very feasible stuff. Now I want a motorcycle, and some cocaine, and bellbottoms, a black leather vest, and a shotgun, and a deep skin diver–whoo! I’m open to which ever comes first…like playing Pink Floyd to the Wizard of Oz, I wanna play this music and watch Easy Rider, Saturday Night Fever, or Clockwork Orange…damn, this should be done immediately. I’m supposed to go there but family obligations are keeping me home, but this tune is Roadhouse Blues-y like Doors w/ Jesus Just Left Chicago overtones … Ian Paice’s son on Battery stuck in Traffic with Edgar Broughton driving, impressive sounds, push this music out to the people. Dramatic, yes, yeah, loved it brother :-)
-B. Cruzan, 2016

From Creative Loafing’s Crib Notes:

Today, Crib Notes is proud to unveil “Nobody Asked,” the debut single from Frosted Orange, a group featuring longtime Atlanta music vets Mathis Hunter (voice, guitar), Ben Davis (saxophone), Rich Morris (keys), Lee Corrum (drums), and Andy Morrison (bass). For those who are unfamiliar that’s 3/5 ex-Noot d’ Noot, 2/3 Purkinje Shift, and one former Nashville session musician. And that’s just from recent memory. This crew has ties to countless Atlanta bands from the last two decades.

“Nobody Asked” is a driving collision of funk and psychedelic hard rock, sprinkled with saxophone freak outs that disguise themselves as an allegiance to Afro beat. But these dudes are all about the rock — in a Deep Purple meets Sun Ra kind of way.

The song was written and recorded by Frosted Orange at Alpha Centauri, and is set to appear on the group’s self-titled album, which lands on June 4.”


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