Ultra High Frequency was a Long Island, New York based rock band formed in 2001 on Long Island by Frank Fussa (vocals, guitar), Jon Brown (guitar / vocals), Chris Johanidesz (bass / vocals) and Dennis Joseph (drums / vocals). Dennis left in 2002. It wasn't until 2004 that their first official record "Sun Never Sets in Dramaville" was released. The band's next full-length "Matter in Time" (2006) was recorded in Seattle, Washington by producer/engineer Barrett Jones. Upon release the band toured with fellow Long Island band Brand New. As of 2007 the band relocated to Los Angeles to continue writing and touring. By the end of 2007, the band called it quits. Frank and Chris have emerged with a new band called Morning Fuzz.
2006 – Matter in Time
2004 – Sun Never Sets in Dramaville
2003 - Joyride/Lies
2002 – This is Important EP
The Movie (2006) ("Back to Bacon" from 'Matter in Time')