New England based One Hand Free continues their Rock and Roll crusade with the long awaited follow-up to their acclaimed 2004 self titled debut. 'Quadraphonic' is a call to arms, commanding the listener's attention from the opening riff of 'King by now' to the cacophonous finale of the hauntingly beautiful 'Stumble'. Masterfully engineered by guitarist, Josh DiJoseph, 'Quadraphonic' was delivered to Studio G Brooklyn and placed in the able and adventurous hands of mix-guru Joel Hamilton (Tom Waits, Mike Patton, Soulive, Dixie Witch, Dub Trio), and subsequently mastered by Grammy winner, Jay Frigoletto (War, Fu Manchu, Alice in Chains, INXS, Rhino Records). While firmly rooted in classic and southern rock, One Hand Free puts their love of classic soul, R&B and funk on display with echoes of The Isley Brothers, Tower of Power and Stevie Wonder. This is most evident in 'Badway', a long time staple of OHF's live performances, represented here in all its funk-rock glory. The title, 'Quadraphonic', is a nod to One Hand Free's belief that its members are but four facets of a sharp and gleaming sonic stone, as well as a multi layered reference meant to summon spirits of a time when Rock and Roll albums were unified, and unifying works of both art and energy, a synergy of creativity and commerce, and a breeding ground of communication and connection. Members Andrew Blowen (vocals, Hammond organ, electric piano, synth), Josh DiJoseph (guitars), Geoff Taylor (bass) and Kelly Bower (drums) effortlessly connect and communicate with each other, the result of years spent working together toward a common goal and a mutual respect and admiration for one another's undeniable talents. What s even more remarkable is the connection to their fans, both old and new, from Munich to Moscow to Malden, Mass., who stand united amidst all the glory and grime inherent in the home grown, hand rolled, original Rock and Roll of One Hand Free. What have you done for Rock lately?