Human Groove Hormone

Human Groove Hormone

 Denton, Texas, USA
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Human Groove Hormone fuses together a kicking brew of musical flavors to cook up an engaging new sound. With their newly released first full length album, “Self [En]titled,” the group calls music lovers everywhere to chow down on their specialty blend of progressive rock, funk, Latin, and jazz.

Biography

Hailing from a town known more for its strong folk-rock and jazz offerings, Human Groove Hormone fuses together a kicking brew of musical flavors to cook up an engaging new sound. With their newly released first full length album, “Self [En]titled,” the group calls music lovers everywhere to chow down on their specialty blend of progressive rock, funk, Latin, and jazz in a hearty serving that has been brewing since early 2009. The good news is that it tastes great.

Although not appropriate for your toddler’s birthday, Human Groove Hormone excels at crashing any party with a solid wall of attitude and a live energy left unrivaled in the local music scenes. Since the group’s inception, HGH has been relentlessly raising the action and lighting up the dance floors in venues across Texas and Louisiana with an intensity that yanks the shyest party goers to dancing feet, and a musical sensibility that continually lights up the aural landscape of seasoned musicians. Passion at its groovy finest, these five young men have honed their abilities through classical training, jazz study, and a wide variety of influence to bring a fresh sound to the scene -- and they look good doing it.

With ambitious song-writing and a far from familiar sound, the quintet from Denton, TX is a torch bearer of musical variety to a younger generation. Match the fiery passion of college-aged musicians with the rehearsed musicality of older performers, and you may as well be holding lightening in a bottle. Human Groove Hormone shocks groove-heads everywhere by rocking the funk and pouring their hearts out like no other, and they plan on doing it for a long time.

"The band’s opening number at the Grotto in Fort Worth on Jan. 15 was a brilliantly executed jazz/funk instrumental. In a town known more for its high-grade folk-rock offerings, this performance had the crowd’s attention from the first beat." -DFW.com

"The band labels itself as a funk-rock group, but with wavy keyboard effects and bright brass blasts winding around a locomotive of a rhythm section, this band of funksters leans more toward psychedelic jazz than rock." - Lucinda Breeding with Texas Cable News

Discography

"Self [En]titled"
1. Icarus' Wacky Landscape
2. Ayn Rant
3. The Yeoman
4. Smoker's Corner
5. Groove of Love
6. The Jam
7. Everything Has Style
8. Festa do Sexo

Singles:
"Icarus' Wacky Landscape"
- feat. on Ft. Worth Music Co-op Compilation album

Set List

Everything Has Style
Ayn Rant
Miss Holler
Groove of Love
I've Been There
Smoker's Corner
The Yeoman
Festa do Sexo
Icarus' Wacky Landscape
The Jam

Available Covers:
Fuck You (Cee lo Green)
I Believe in a Thing Called Love (The Darkness)
Just What I Needed (The Cars)
Blow (Kesha)
Moves Like Jagger (Maroon 5)
Take On Me (A-ha)
Remix to Ignition (R. Kelly)