Hello, thanks for visiting our home on internet.

It’s the final quarter of 2015, and we are working on a new song that will probably be 9+ minutes long, with hope to release it some time in the first half of 2016.  Stylistically it will be a return to our original statement piece “Bleeding Redwood.”

Other than that, Ari is busy writing songs and writing about songwriting (yes, that’s a lot of writing) and Bob is remodeling his house and working on extending his vocal range.

In the meantime, we’d love for you to check out our catalog.  To date, we have four small collections, each with a distinct flavor:

Everthing to Your Cause integrates a cello (played by Cloud Cult‘s Daniel Zamzow) into our modern progressive rock sound.

World of No Errors is a gentle folk rock EP that was done very quickly.  We were trying to see if the strength of these songs would still come through without much studio production embellishments.

Promised Land is a mini-musical that features all acoustic/classical sound, telling the story of a Hmong journey out of Vietnam war.  Bob sang each song twice, in English and Hmong.

Bleeding Redwood and The Must-Save List were the first two songs we collaborated on.  They are longer progressive rock pieces that go into rather dark places.


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