Indie Week Report Card: Frankie McQueen @ The Hideout 100%

By: Andrea Holz October 28, 2013


Sound 5/5

The lead vocalist has a soulful and provocative voice. It was a fun set that makes you want to get up and dance. This is not a sit down and sleep sound. This was hot! Great song called “No, it’s a Cardigan But thanks for Noticing.”

Performance 5/5

The band actually established a relationship with the audience. Dancing was encouraged and made for an all-round better show! Their transitions between songs were smooth. Like any rock show the band needs to melodically seduce the audience and they really did.

Professionalism 5/5

Great use of the venue. The lighting suited the sound. Almost reminded of Jet! I’m so happy I got to review these guys. I had a blast, it was my favourite band that night. These guys are pretty young, but show the charisma of rock royalty.

Aesthetic 5 /5

They are sexy, playful and cutting edge. The charismatic redhead took full advantage of those gorgeous head bang worthy locks. These guys are a riot. They are almost as fun to look at as they are to hear.

Authenticity 5/5

I want to give more than a five they were believable, sincere and exciting. These guys remind you of what rock and roll is supposed to be!

Total: 25/25

Final Grade: 100%

Andrea Holz is a Toronto-based award winning writer, actress, comedian and coffee master. 

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