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Tuesday, September 5, 2023

Pardon The Interruption - Hot N' Fresh - New Release Review

 I just had the opportunity to review the most recent release, Hot N' Fresh, from Pardon The Interruption and it's cool and funky. Opening with Opa!, Pardon The Interruption (PTI) lays down a funky horn saturated track with Rob Hooper on drums, Rob Fordcye on bass and backing vocal, Jamison Smeltz on horns and backing vocal, David Noble on guitar and backing vocal Luis Carbo on percussion, and Benjamin Williams on djembe. Solid opener. We Can Figure It Out is a pretty cool track as well with a Parliment feel. I mean, how can you not like this with it's intense percussion thing and the heavy bass line. Higher has a reggae flavor with a more modern feel like a blend of R&B and the Police. With a stiff rhythm line by Noble on guitar and solid lead vocal this track has a good feel. Wrapping the release is Life Is Fantastic, with it's pure radio appeal. Lead vocals by Smeltz, and a lightly funky rhythm, complimented by Smeltz's sassy sax solo makes this the definite choice for the radio. Solid closer.  

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