few musicians could likely claim to be as "MFOA" or as much after my own heart as frank hurricane/the hurricanes of love. with a reputation for coming on personally like a modern neal cassidy, an impossible to ignore, yeah, hurricane of positivity, music that's a swirl of stripped down but wild psyched out mountain folk, a little bit american primitive, a little bit 'freak folk', very lofi and crazy appealing. not to mention that he goes out and spreads his music in the woods of the appalachian trail, a length of dirt very close to my heart, and he has a side-length tune on his new double LP 'quintorian blues' called 'moses lake blues', which is named after a town i had the uh, experience of living in for like a year and a half. maybe cosmic forces brought the 'holy' tunes of frank hurricane to my ears, maybe it was billy of buck gooter with another hot tip. you can't stream 'quintorian blues', but you can order it from feeding tube records right here. for now stream this cool release, a split with NYC's invisible circle.
check out more about frank right here. listen to more here.