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frenamie / Press

“You've been making moves in Baltimore, how'd you get into music?”

“Frenamie is from Hyattsville, MD. Abs' voice is reminiscent of Janis Joplin and with the rest of the band they create a truly unique sound using blues, country, and some rock styles. This is the official music video of their single "Ugly Fight" off their first full length album You'll Thank Me Later. These ladies, and gentleman, have won the DC Nation's Battle of the Bands. Most recently, Frenamie was named Shockwave Magazine Band of the Month and featured in the WBAL Baltimore's Top 40 Bands. You can see them at The Cupid Kerfuffle at The 8x10 on Saturday February 8th. This band's energy is contagious and they get the whole crowd up and into their music. Their live performance is one you will certainly remember at the Frozen Harbor Music Festival @ The Power Plant Live! (Baltimore, MD).”

“Frenamie delivers raw rock at its finest. With funkified guitar riffs that rip your face off and female vocals that are anything but dainty, put away the good china. Frenamie is about to trash the place, and we like it!”

“In the modern age of rock, where most bands are afraid to venture out of the norm, and settle for a less than stellar cookie cutter format, a band by the name of Frenamie takes the risk of venturing out of the norm and succeeds!”

“Abs' voice moves from sultry and provocatively soulful on tracks like Promises and Boom Boom, to heartfelt and earnest on Grace. The guitar weaves in and out of the vocal lines, sometimes jazzy, sometimes with touches of flamenco, sometimes with crushing overdrive, and always ALWAYS impressive to hear. The bass keeps your hips moving in time and gives the songs a common language of sorts to root them, and the drums are exciting and tasteful, always fitting to the song and keeping your foot tapping. Abs, Allison, Nick and Whitney have produced an engaging and timeless piece of work here and I believe you truly WILL thank them later. - Regarding the new album "You'l Thank me Later"”

“Frenamie's CD, "You'll Thank Me Later," is 11 tracks of unrelenting upbeat, fun, funky music. This is no demo, and no EP. This is a stunning musical statement by a gem in the Maryland music scene.”

“This band kills it every single show and never disappoints!! Can't wait for the record! ”

“You should have seen this band at Ram's Head. They tore the roof off the place. Phenomenal talent! ”

“THIS IS HOT STUFF!!! Cant wait for the first album to drop ”

“They sure know how to please a crowd too, as evidenced at their most recent performance, Noise in the Basement.”

“Check frenamie out on 98Rock!”

“By the time Frenamie were belting out their last song of the night the crowd were clearly enjoying what they received from the band performance wise”

“Ab's vocals are gutsy & soulful & the bands music is really hard to categorize simply because there's many styles that are infused in the bands sound which makes them who they are.”

“Abs handles the vocals in a gutsy & outgoing manner, Allison (Bass) & Whitney (Drums) hold down the rhythm section clean & tight, while Nick adds the testosterone riffs that fuel the bands sound with elements of funk, rock & pop.”

“Frenamie has a multitude of sounds all perfectly blended into a powerful and moving musical force. If you like punk, rock, grunge, funk and even jazz frenamie has something for you!”

“This female fronted rock band is sure to blow your socks off. Frenamie's newest blend of musicians emits a stylistic genius, combining various influences that perfectly blend together not only the classic Frenamie sound; but also a new look and feel guaranteed to impress.”

“Frenamie is a local group that surpassed 39 other local bands by winning the top prize at the “Battle of the Bands” competition last fall at Nation in downtown D.C.”

“Abs and Whitney Kase will be singing and drumming with their band, Frenamie, in a benefit concert in Beltsville on Saturday, May 3 at 9 p.m. to help their Father, Kevin Kase, raise funds for his 330-mile bike trek from Raleigh, N.C. back to Washington, D.C. to benefit Food & Friends.”

“That didn't stop frenamie from rocking the roof off the building...”

“Spontinaity and improv are also staples of a typical frenamie set. Their youthful style and energy make for an electric live performance...”