Awful Brains lead artist and punk shake/reggae legend HR has reported the arrival of his new solo venture, “HR Inhabit CBGB’s 1984.” Throughout the years, HR’s one of a kind voice and trendsetting style has turned out to be in a flash unmistakable to fans. From a shrill whimper to a low murmur to his staccato reggae beats, his intrepid, exploratory and enthusiastic sound has been a piece of the sound environment throughout the previous 40 years.
The greater part of HR’s performance work so far has been in the class of reggae, however Terrible Brains fans will cheer at the arrival of “HR Inhabit CBGB’s 1984” and the punk shake sounds on the collection. HR’s sibling and Awful Brains bandmate Earl Hudson shows up on the collection too, setting out his mark drum work behind HR’s vocals. Computerized download choices for “HR Inhabit CBGB’s 1984” will be accessible on April twentieth. The collection is accessible on Cd at www.catchfiremusic.com.
HR is most notable as the lead vocalist of progressive reggae punk shake band Terrible Brains. Terrible Brains has advanced ordinarily in its long history, playing crosswise over numerous kinds of music including jazz, bad-to-the-bone punk, elective shake and reggae. HR has been making music since 1976 with Terrible Brains. On his new solo collection “HR Inhabit CBGB’s 1984” HR returns to his punk shake roots close by his sibling, Awful Brains drummer Earl Hudson. For Cd deals and future vinyl discharge dates go to www.catchafiremusic.com.