By Cal Meacham
For 12 years Geoff Farina fronted Karate, one of the most unique and frankly one of the best bands of the early 2000′s. His jazz rock chops and soft toned voice, while underappreciated, still deserve recognition for constructing a whole new sound. You can say that Karate went out on top of their game after releasing their two best albums Some Boots and Pockets (a greedy me wanted more), but Geoff didn’t disappear. He continued releasing albums under his own name and has released 2 albums with his newer band Glorytellers. The guitar hooks and soft voice are still there, just moving in a whole new (and acoustic) direction. Earlier this year Geoff released his excellent new solo record The Wishes Of The Dead and we are elated to have him in our latest edition of 5 Questions.