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Dean De Benidictis Reviews Whoopgnash

REVIEW OF THE UNCLEAR CHANNEL DVD I’ve seen this ensemble develop from its earliest stages. More then anything during that time, and as a friend of the band, I basically thought of Whoopgnash as a freakspilling-plasterjam-warpspeed-Allan Holdsworth type-protege garage band. This to me was the best and rarest kind of protege garage band, the kind you could always have fun with as an experienc... »

Whoopgnash

Whoopgnash-Unclear Channel

Today, what is called “fusion��? is often really either heavy instrumental “shred��? rock with little or no jazz influence, or it’s new-age sleep-inducing fuzak. For those who long for fusion that fits the classic definition — a seamless blend of the energy and “loudness��? of rock with the complexity, dexterity and improvisational spirit of jazz — Whoopgnash delivers. While Whoopgnash... »

Whoopgnash

Whoopgnash DVD

My review of Whoopgnash’s Whoopgnash – Live In The Studio (Unclear Channel) [DVD] To my udder surprise I was listening to a group of musicians emulating the style of Allan Holdsworth’s music today. They are extremely good at it too! The group is called Whoopgnash!!! The guitar player John Erickson is an Incredible Guitarist, he doesn’t use chord theory to the extent of Alla... »

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