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Can a band be neo-progressive rock and old school classic rock at the same time? It can if it’s Phantom Phunk.
Can a band be neo-progressive rock and old school classic rock at the same time? It can if it’s Phantom Phunk.

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Many thanks to our friends who helped make this video possible. We present to you "Spacey"
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Subscribe to our YouTube Channel - http://www.youtube.com/c/Phantomphunk - more to come!
The Unheard Spirit Symphony - live at Saturday In The Park - Water Works Park Tampa, Florida November 19 2016.
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Phantom Phunk’s “Jungle Crunch” is a true timepiece for the Millenial generation. As if incarnating the cross-genre architecture of the Gorillaz, “Jungle Crunch” flaunts a multiplicity of modern music styles which can be felt in just about every corner of the track; from the stereo ricochet of the electric guitars, to the symbiotic relay between electronic and acoustic rhythm elements. This trend persists past the instrumentation, however, manifesting within the vocal layering as well. Featured Hip-Hop artist, Cloud Master (Wayne Price), lays down a crafty performance with hi-speed phrases reminiscent to Andrei 3000, and a lyrical narrative that brings listeners into the sandy trenches of a lackluster war-arena. Yet still, singer/songwriter Hector Alexander makes brief cameos throughout the tune, interjecting eerie vocal lines which package this piece into completion. The overall effect is an eclectic sound-scape within which modern sound is entangled in exotic feel. In short, “Jungle Crunch” is like a cocktail mix of David Bowie and Outkast that transports you somewhere between the ancient past and the present.
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A call to the classics, Phantom Phunk’s new track, “Hey There,” reeks of vintage guitar and long hair. A suave bass kicks off the groove when the vocals emerge, introspective and inquisitional in their feel. The lyrics describe an edgy provocateur, thirsty to denounce the first person they lock eyes with. As the scene progresses, a vocal back and forth shapes into a dispute, ultimately escalating to a brawl, until finally the song snaps into gear and initiates the guitar riff. Like two boxers breaking out into song, “Hey There” is both edgy and fun. A perfect tune to roll the windows down to or perhaps, the ideal dive bar anthem; either way, “Hey There” is a jam that creates motion out of stillness.
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