North of Tomorrow
TWO GUYS TRYING SOMETHING DIFFERENT
“Good music is good no matter what kind of music it is…….It's not about standing still and becoming safe. If anybody wants to keep creating they have to be about change.” ― Miles Davis
Take Peter Gabriel, David Bowie, Pink Floyd and Talking Heads, mix and add Frank Zappa, Radiohead; King Crimson, The Who and Todd Rundgren, then include Weather Report, David Sylvian, Led Zepplin, The Black Crowes and Miles Davis, and you have some of the basic ingredients for North of Tomorrow.
North of Tomorrow is made up of long time musical collaborators and band mates – Gary Adrian, Brian Mueller and Stephen Rogers. Aged for decades, cooked in the Arizona desert, and utilizing the creativity of side musicians from all over the world, North of Tomorrow presents something different with each musical idea, without confinement of one particular genre. The goal is to create music that yields something different with each repeated listen - without losing sight that a great song should make you smile, turn it up, and get up to shake something, anything.
Give it a listen. There is something here for you.
“We try like hell. But the guitars distort, the intonation bends, and the beat just moves, imperceptibly, against our formal expectations, whether we want it to or not. Just because we're breathing, man. Thus, in the process of trying to play this very simple song together, we create this hurricane of noise, this infinitely complicated, fractal filigree of delicate distinctions.” – Dave Hickey