Otis Finch is now defunct, but you can still pick up this disc and see what the funky-pop goodness was all about.
Drawing on everything from rock to funk to pop and more, Monkeys Typing brings a fresh perspective to the cookie-cutter world of rock music. This, their debut album, straddles the fine line between both accessibility and substance, capturing raw, honest performances. Whether it's groove driven tracks like "Stop Pretending" and "Roll On," the rocking "Be My Sally," the haunting "Following Signs," or the relaxed "You'll Never Learn," this album has something for just about everyone.
Otis Finch performed extensively around the Washington DC area, playing a wide variety of rock clubs, festivals and listening rooms. They were featured in 2003 Great Music Issue of "The Washingtonian," and described as "...an inspiring mix [with] roots in funk and punk with some quality jazzy highlights thrown in," by Baltimore's Music Monthly.
Patrick Garrity-Vocals, Guitars
J. Tom Hnatow-Guitars, Vocals
Seth Brown-Drums, Percussion