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Inner Frequency, (iF), was conceived off the Backpages of Dallas when one divinely talented guitarist, Luke Carnevale, was discovered by one increasingly brilliant vocalist, Cara Young, whilst futilely hitch-hiking the internet highway. After discovering each other’s eerily similar writing styles despite their obviously contrasting musical backgrounds, Inner Frequency was born. Since that day, Inner Frequency has been totally and yes completely, committed to rocking you stinky!
Cara and Luke have spent the past year building up their repertoire from the first 3 songs that they performed at a Dallas Songwriters Association open mic night to what is now a formidable 20+ original song set list (with some covers scattered here and there throughout their sets). Having rocked festivals, bars, pubs and clubs all over the Dallas/Fort Worth area as an acoustic duo, Inner Frequency has now evolved into a full band for performance purposes, with Julie Licata on percussion and drums and Bruce Croker on bass.
The unique, yet harmonic sound of Inner Frequency, layers smooth pop-rock melodies above flying percussive guitar riffs, occasionally throwing in a dash of jazz and blues which absolutely melts in your mouth and kicks you in the stomach. The music of iF lyrically covers the full spectrum of human emotions, but tends to linger a little longer on the darker side of the soul. Cara’s strong, sultry voice is reminiscent of such artists as Annie Lennox and Everything But the Girl’s Tracie Thorn. However, when fused with the often percussive strains of Luke’s distinctive guitar styling, it invokes comparisons to a feminine Maroon V or even Evanescence.
Inner Frequency’s foremost goal is to make music that both speaks to and moves all who fall inadvertently within hearing distance. Join them as they grow and expand in size and sound. All they ask is for you to love your inner frequency, listen to it daily and remember to share it with a friend.
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Sarah McLachlan meets Chris Isaak; Ten Thousand Maniacs but with less vibrato!!