George’s latest collection of philosofunky biolojams for the skeptical zoologist’s dance party. Featuring the Philadelphia Funk Authority’s AUTHORITY HORNS.
What would it sound like…if Frank Zappa hired David Byrne and half of XTC to play songs by the Commodores that were arranged by Robert Fripp?
Drummer, songwriter, skeptic, philosopher, and high carb proponent, George Hrab has released his 4th and bestest album yet entitled COELACANTH. Building upon years of playing and working with some of the most talented musicians on the east coast, George has handcrafted an amazingly fun and funky album full of tunes that make you smile, dance, and dare we even say it… THINK.
Combining the soul sounds of Motown, the greasy grooves and brass of 70s horn bands, and the nerd-rock/white funk of the Byrnian 80s, Hrab oversees his entire monstrous creation with a decidedly Zappa-esque skewed view. Insisting that the way to someone’s brain is through their dance shoes, COELACANTH prides itself as truly being a collection of philosofunky biolojams for the skeptical zoologist’s dance party.