‘Supergroup’ of Talents From Fishbone and Lynch Mob Takes its Act on the Road
By DONNA BALANCIA
HOLLYWOOD – Angelo Moore is not known for having a head of hair but he ‘got wiggy with it’ last night during a Project N-Fidelikah show in Hollywood.
Project NFidelikah had a blowout release party for their self-titled debut album on the Rat Pack Records label. The funky band has been playing around town a lot lately, including an appearance at the Whisky’s Ultimate Jam Night last week to show off their stuff.
Musicians Cover Metal, Punk and Funk
It’s a pretty interesting group of guys who possess a range of diverse musical talents: George Lynch of Lynch Mob on guitar, renowned drummer Chris Moore on the kit, Pancho Tomaselli of War and Philm on bass, and Angelo, known as the theramin-playing Fishbone “commander,” out front.
The new Project NFidelikah release is funky and fun, but also political. The band tackles topics that cover a range of topics that burden our society including racism, pregnancy and wronged love.
But it’s done with a sense of humor, a dash of cussing and a big helping of stylish wit, mainly provided by stylist and promotional lovely, the beautiful Leisa Balfour. The band travels light, with friends and fans in tow, and have high hopes for the next year, touring and bringing the music to the masses.
Project NFidelikah’s Freshman Bow
The new album is a departure from anything the members have done in their “other” bands. George comes from metal, Angelo is a punker, Pancho is funk and Chris is the drum “wizard” with a big, fast style. The Project NFidelikah record is a collection of upbeat, cool tunes including “Anchor Baby,” “Wanna Be White” and “Landslide Salvation.” Stay tuned.