The cosmic-hop of FREEZ is infinitely expansive, somewhere between Sun Ra, The Last Poets and
Antipop Consortium. Freeform and feverish, FREEZ produces unheard sounds with the rolling
mechanics of a red convertible blasting psychedelic, polyrhythmic hip-hop savant.
Frame, the quartet’s new, seven track EP, which is darker than usual, mixes electronic effects, acoustic
instruments, stream of consciousness writing, allegorical spoken word, bionic samples and anti-dogmatic
jazz. The group's interstellar hip-hop has seduced some quality disciples to disperse the gospel: the
American prophet of the Afterfuture,Mike Ladd, who adds his surrealistic wordscapes to the second
verse of Flamin 'Goes, or the bird-like vocals of Emily Loizeau, for another top of the line collaboration on
Look Around. The EP also features the NYC underground rapper IllSpokinn on the first single Same.