7 Songs, 38 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

The jazz-savvy, genre-blurring quartet returns with madcap virtuosity.

Mastered for iTunes

EDITORS’ NOTES

The jazz-savvy, genre-blurring quartet returns with madcap virtuosity.

Mastered for iTunes
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Ratings and Reviews

3.8 out of 5

6 Ratings

6 Ratings

Unfortunate

musikmusikmusik

I miss the days when Forq used to play in the pocket. Guitarist rushes too much now, messes with the whole feel.

Love the rock/blues feel of this album

Zqwxcervbtynmuiop

This is what Forq was meant to be. Grout is still the most accurate representation of Forq's genre though. :)

Spot on!

Chaznewc

Love this band and this album. The boyz can play in a most funky way. Keep it up!

About Forq

Forq is a harder-edged second fusion band from Michael League, the guitarist/bassist behind Snarky Puppy, and Rudder keyboardist Henry Hey. League (who plays bass, not guitar, in this outfit) formed the group with Hey in the early 2010s after Snarky Puppy and Rudder shared a few bills in Texas. Drummer Jason "JT" Thomas — a colleague of League's from their native Texas — and guitarist Adam Rogers filled out the lineup and Forq signed to GroundUP Music, releasing their eponymous debut in 2014. Rogers left afterward, replaced by Chris McQueen — a guitarist for Snarky Puppy — in 2015. McQueen made his recording debut with Forq on 2015's Batch. Threq, the group's third album, appeared in 2017.

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