Jason is a singer-songwriter and visual artist who has been part of the Houston music scene with projects like the original The Liquid Kitchen and Red No. 7. A professional audio engineer by training, Jason's talent has been widely recognized, including music producers in Nashville. With heart-felt lyrics and great writing chops, Jason's musical ideas deliver the equivalent of several lifetimes' worth of experience ranging from love, lust, rage, and social commentary. Jason is the heir-apparent to great songwriters such as Paul Westerberg, Neil Young, and Tom Petty.Sato Wood is an experienced drummer who has played in cover bands and original acts all over the country. Born in Japan and a visual artist by trade, Sato developed a friendship and thriving music collaboration with Jason several years ago. Drawing from experience in and out of the music business, Sato's musical skills yields a mix of groove, complexity, melodic sense, and composition. Whether it is Edith Piaf, CSN&Y, Alice in Chains, Tool or whatever music touches his soul, Sato brings an eclectic mixture of influences that is often the right kind of “spice” for any tune.Neeraz “Shoosh” Rajbhandari is a bassist and guitar player hailing originally from Nepal where his music was well recognized. A business major by training, it is fair to say that Shoosh has invested the time in training to become one of the most versatile and talented musicians in the Houston area. From jazz, to funk, to hard rock, there is not one music style that Shoosh cannot play. Gathering influences as diverse as Weather Report, Bob Dylan, and Deep Purple, more often than not, this quiet, yet intense Nepali man-of-song takes music toward melodic and rhythmic unchartered territories with a mixture of beauty, complexity, groove, and intensity.Dr. Giordano “Gio” F.Z. da Silva is a trained bioinorganic chemist and philosopher hailing from Brazil. A classically trained guitar player, Gio opted to trade technical prowess for emotional content in music largely due to the grunge movement of the late 80's/early 90's. Gio's quest for great guitar tones and broad musical interest allows him to tap into whatever guitar style fits the song, and has ignited songwriting efforts, that yield songs packing an emotional wallop. In fact, tone, music, and all the joys and sorrows of life are intertwined in Gio's overall approach to the guitar. Among his primary musical influences are The Band, George Harrison, Marc Ford, Paul Westerberg, and Crazy Horse.