Uncle Frank’s Love Lion is a down and dirty blues rock track. The gritty vocals work well with splashy drums and sassy guitars to make for a slinky effort which will bury itself deep into listeners’ minds and hearts. The production of Love Lion allows the distinct instruments the ability to shine alone while contributing to a greater whole. Continue reading “Uncle Frank – Love Lion”
Uncle Frank is able to create a retro-heavy dance track in Fountains that builds off of the funk of the 1970s and the electronic music styles of the 1980s to make something fun and wholly unique. Fountains has the echoing guitars, immaculate production and oozing sexuality of an earlier era; bits of Prince, Frankie Goes To Hollywood and Flock of Seagulls can all be heard here. Fountains is a sly, catchy track that is able to succeed today because the music is so different than what’s currently out. Uncle Frank is able to create something engrossing here that will appease fans of a wide variety of styles. Strong from the beginning until the last note.