"With a sound akin to throwing Gogol Bordello, Los Straightjackets, The Specials, and Ramblin’ Jack Elliot into a blender (I mean that in a good way, I assure you), Furious Frank creates music that makes you wonder why you never thought to put a ukulele next to a trumpet and add a dance beat."
-Ben Larson, Fort Wayne Reader, 5/2010
"Coming at your ears with near-criminal intent, 'The Hobocamp Mudshow' is a wild and wonderful offering of sonic roots-rock with a slight Caribbean twist...A glorious romp from start to finish."
-Peter McGee, BluesBunny.com 12/2009
"...Furious Frank is a group rather than one irate individual, and that communal spirit lends itself to an amiable vibe belying its surly moniker. The outfit's scrappy kitchen-sink concoctions easily rally an eager audience."
-TimeOut Chicago 12/2009
" On The Hobocamp Mud Show, Chicago collective Furious Frank transports listeners to a random watering hole in the middle of America, where the year is uncertain but the music is magnetic. Knee-slapping tunes like "The Coroner of Drifter's Creek" and "Hunkr Down" capture classic elements of acoustic Americana while "The Dividing Line" and "For the King" draw from the same foundation but add a grittier modern edge. It's familiar and unexpected all at once. "
- Max Herman, Illinois Entertainer 4/1/2010
"Putting out an altogether appealing brand of folk rock is Furious Frank, a rhythm and horn driven group that is a distinctly American answer to Gogol Bordello…Every off key and disconcerting lyric is situated for full effect, and the results are assuredly fun.”
- Jordan Brown, IndieCollision 4/2010