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“This dynamic duo has released a "surreal rock" creation I found to be comparable to what Awol Nation is doing.. All the music production is deftly handled by Kaptn Krunch, who is quite a character, possessing an enlightened vision of music production.The beats are fresh and unique, sometimes bordering some sort of new age music, but without any specifics that one could easily label. "Blasphamie" is an excellent example of this dynamic, with it's heavy dose of guitars and tech-tronica, and a speech on living free in a free world, juxtaposed with the soulful vocals of J. Gee, crooning like a songbird. The strong, phased-sounding guitars ride through a world of chaos and build up to the wonderful harmonies in the bridge section. Fresh, innovative and distinct, this album proves to be a visionary concept that shows Pittsburgh has a very diversified music scene, and is truly a far cry from the blue-collar bands that permeated the scene just a few years ago. Gigz””

Gigz Giger - Musicians Hotsheet

“This dynamic duo has released a "surreal rock" creation I found to be comparable to what Awol Nation is doing.. All the music production is deftly handled by Kaptn Krunch, who is quite a character, possessing an enlightened vision of music production.The beats are fresh and unique, sometimes bordering some sort of new age music, but without any specifics that one could easily label. "Blasphamie" is an excellent example of this dynamic, with it's heavy dose of guitars and tech-tronica, and a speech on living free in a free world, juxtaposed with the soulful vocals of J. Gee, crooning like a songbird. The strong, phased-sounding guitars ride through a world of chaos and build up to the wonderful harmonies in the bridge section. Fresh, innovative and distinct, this album proves to be a visionary concept that shows Pittsburgh has a very diversified music scene, and is truly a far cry from the blue-collar bands that permeated the scene just a few years ago. Gigz”

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