Travis Larson – Guitars and Keyboards
Jennifer Young – Bass
Dale Moon – Drums
Produced by Travis Larson and Jennifer Young
All songs written by Travis Larson (T.Larson Music/ASCAP)
Except “Grace to Wonder” written by Jennifer Young (T.Larson Music/ASCAP)
Guitars, Bass and Keyboards Recorded at EOMS Studio
Drums Recorded at Avalon Recording Studio
Engineered by Kip Stork and Travis Larson
Mixed by Kip Stork and Travis Larson Band
Art Direction by Yagopeep Productions
Thank you to Mark Storm and Tom Hansen at Electro-Voice, Sterling, Dudley, Brian, Scott, Derek, Drew, Tomas at Ernie Ball/MusicMan, Marco DeVirgiliis, Riccardo Damiani and Elisabetta Sheehan at DV Mark/Markbass, Tom Cram at Digitech, Shadow Electronics, Hipshot, Christian Stankee at Sabian, Brent Barnett at Gibraltar, Chad Brandolini at Vater, Steve Lobmeier at Evans, Jerry Lynch at dB Drumshoes, Steve, Stefanie and Wyatt at Music Motive, Howard, Brian and Blake at The Drum Circuit, Gino Sagginario, Jim Highland, Greg Timmons, Randy Allar, Victrola, The CL Pugh Gang, The Storms, The Storks, The Cerda Family, Ray and Anne Sansom, Don Hertlein, Tom and Steve Harris, The Glenns, Jeff Blanchard.
Very special thanks to Kip Stork, Dennis and Roxane Larson, Gil Larson, The Young Family, Carl Moon, The Berry Family and the TLB Friends and Fans.
Fans of Dream Theater will really dig this band. They perfectly nail that synth/distorted guitar blend that is so wonderfully satisfying. At times the tracks get a bit too chaotic/messy, but there's still so much to love here and the first six tracks are simply incredible. These guys have me excited about the new generation of prog. And now I really want to be their singer, hahah. zacH
Cannot get any more complimentary of this band ... generally I like my Prog on the more standard side, which means not super-long songs. However, this one is different ... he keeps it interesting throughout this and the following disc. Also, his voice is AMAZING and unique for this kind of music, love it. Fantastic stuff that I cannot recommend enough. Tim McLelland