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Hailing from a city known more for its folk-rock and jazz offerings, Denton's Human Groove Hormone is bringing back a long-awaited, yet engaging new sound. By taking strong influence from the great Progressive Rock bands of the late 60's and 70's and fusing that with the attitude of trained jazz/rock musicians, Human Groove Hormone will leave you craving more. Thick harmonies, addictive melodies, and edgy vocals will make you fist pump and air drum with enthusiasm. With their newly released first full length album, "Self [En]titled," the group calls music lovers everywhere to chow down on their specialty blend of progressive rock, funk, Latin, and jazz in a hearty serving that has been brewing since early 2009.
"The band’s opening number at the Grotto in Fort Worth on Jan. 15 was a brilliantly executed jazz/funk instrumental. In a town known more for its high-grade folk-rock offerings, this performance had the crowd’s attention from the first beat." -DFW.com
"The band labels itself as a funk-rock group, but with wavy keyboard effects and bright brass blasts winding around a locomotive of a rhythm section, this band of funksters leans more toward psychedelic jazz than rock." - Lucinda Breeding with Texas Cable News