The trio features rock encyclopedia/Vinyl Revolution owner Bob Gamber on drums, longtime area rocker/promoter Keigan Skydecker on bass and metal phenom Tom B. Weaver on guitar/vocals.

The outfit's original tunes are rife with homages to those outer-limit groups. “Collecting Tyme,” radiates with crunchy, tube amplifier blues indicative of early Captain Beefheart. And Weavers’ vocals bear an ambiguous, Nico-like tone—falling somewhere in between bass and tenor—adding more authenticity to the spot-on coating of traditional blotter boogie.

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