Their music is a fusion of funk, soul, dubstep, hip-hop, rock and reggae, which the act have coined Futuristic Funk, with the voice of Fudge sitting perfectly in the middle of this soundscape, the listener is drawn into The Frequency by the clever lyrics and fresh tone. The vocals have been dubbed a mixture of Jamiroquai and Stevie Wonder with a futuristic punch in the face.
Lead vocalist Fudge is an accomplished artist with a clear vision of what he wants from his music and how he wants it to impact upon the world. In staying true to his musical beliefs he has turned down approaches from producers of TV’s X-Factor and The Voice. The singer says, "These shows are a fantastic platform for singers rather than artists. I am the latter so am seeking a different opportunity.
When Fudge and the Frequency bring the live show to a venue near you make sure you do not miss out. Since bringing their Futuristic Funk sound to the London live music scene, The Frequency have performed to sell-out crowds at venues including Cargo, the Clapham Grand, the Borderline, the O2 Academy Islington, the legendary Jazz Café and Kensington Roof Gardens, where they were described by management as, “The best live act we have ever had here.”
7th February 2015. For more info please email firstname.lastname@example.org
14th March 2015. 328 Grays Inn Road, Kings Cross, London (nearest tube King's Cross Tube, 2 min walk).
Fudge and the Frequency aim to bring both the funk and the fun back into the music industry. The blend of the raw, soulful tone and futuristic composition backs up the team motto which is... "Dare to be you".
Fudge and the Frequency, dragging funk to now.