The God of Frogs

from by Chris Cunningham



A slipsync excursion guided by the keyboard improvisations of Patrick Adkins, to honor the God of all Frogs.

In 10/8 (occasionally)




from How It Went Down, released September 22, 2019
Chris Cunningham: electric guitar, baritone guitar, Moroccan sintir, dumbeks, porch board kick drum
Patrick Adkins: acoustic piano, rhodes electric piano
Tarek Abdelqader: drums

painting: Bacchanalia by H. Siemiradski -1890


all rights reserved



FOTHOU (Fall of the House of Usher) Minneapolis, Minnesota

FOTHOU (Fall of the House of Usher) is:
a dark, resinous, and brutally elegant master shot of musical possibilities— lifting (with a vengeance) from many of the world's deepest groove pockets- East, West, and North African, 80's No Wave skronk, early 70's Miles, Sun Ra, and Good Old New Orleans Vampire Funk— and creating a unique and soul-twisting brand of high energy, postnational slipsync. ... more

contact / help

Contact FOTHOU (Fall of the House of Usher)

Streaming and
Download help

If you like How It Went Down, you may also like: