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Inspired by international and underground progressive music that draws from the 60's, 70's, 80's, through the 21st century. From high energy to sentimental and reflective, our eclectic music represents our journey. Purely original collaborational work utilizing the intuitive and magical guitar work of Bo X. Sharp combined with the emotional keyboards and engineering of Michael Putnam . Coincidentally, both of us were born in Southern California (some urban roots here) and both have family in the entertainment industry. We're also both veterans, which has enabled us to travel around the world.
<Insight Alert> Conversely, we're somewhat reclusive, eccentric, grumpy, mildly despotic, occasionally lethargic, definitively psychopathic; given to occasions of unexplained euphoria, depression, and musings on the origins of weather.
The music you'll find here is representative of the start of our half way point, bottom songs are the earliest, top songs, approximately, our latest. Some of the songs represented are solo efforts by Bo or Michael.
<Telling it is like it is> We use Steinberg CUBASE 7.5 (with HALion)., Spectrasonics (OMNISPHERE/TRILIAN/STYLUS), u-he (Zebra2, ZebraHZ) and Sony Acid Loops; Roland, Yamaha, and Digitech interfaces; Ibanez guitars, and Novation and M-Audio keyboards.
<How Did We Do This> Courage to make a lot of mistakes, grow, and to know there is music that wants to breathe outside of our minds, bodies, and ego. If you think the beautiful creations you have made are accidental, you might want to re-think your definition of inspiration.
Learn to live your life day by day, hour by hour, moment by moment , NOW is the gift. For Peace, for Forgiveness,To God we give thanks. Soren Kierkegaard
My brother David gave me the gift to understand the power of horns, he loved Herb Albert, my sister Sheri loved the folk/blues/rock of Led Zeppelin and Stevie Nicks. My father loved Tchaikovsky Rimsky-Korsakov, and Dvorák, and my mother loved Antonio Carlos Jobim, The Beatles, and Patrick O'Hearn. And, of course, living in Chicago during the Motown years, heh, gets in your blood. --Michael--
P.S. I was informed that the name Kurve has a pretty negative meaning in Eastern Europe. We intended our name to be associated with the word Curve, as in "to bend". Our apologies if anyone was offended.
All music on this web page is the sole property of Kurve and Powder Horn Studios, and any reproduction for resale, or use in other media,,without the expressed consent of the aforementioned parties, is forbidden by International copyright laws.