What's New

February 4th, 2015

-- Biography page updated for "Old Mill Park."

January 20th, 2015

-- Website design updated for the new year & new EP. Hopefully you will like it!

June 3rd, 2014

-- Our Uncorked TV appearance is available on Video Page

May 16th, 2014

-- Our interview with SF Weekly is on their Music Blog!

May 14th, 2014

-- Show preview posted on SF Weekly. Who would show up to see us on Saturday, May 17th at Amnesia??

February 19th, 2014

-- Our new EP has been mastered! We are so looking forward to revealing more information about it....

-- We are one of the artists chosen as "Staff Picks" this week (till 2/26) on Brite Revolution!

January 1st, 2014

-- Happy New Year!! Website updated to be as close to current.

October 2nd, 2013

-- Gabriel interviewed on SFGate!

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We had a PV/Photo shooting at this beautiful park in Mill Valley.  You can smell of Redwoods, feel the sunshine & winds, and look back your memorable days...

I came to the park last year to get some arrangements ideas & inspirations since Gabriel wrote the song "Old Mill Park." This is the place of beginning where reminds Momentum Options us how far we have come and where we are going.

By the way, our next EP is also titled "Old Mill Park".... just saying.

[Photo by Uncorked TV]

Our first (I believe) TV appearance happened recently with super cool & sweet creator Options Trading, Jon Louis of SF Uncorked! You can take a look at our live performance on our video page, BUT you should check out the skits on their page!! They are FUNNNNY :) 

I recently received this amazing art work of Diana Sudyka (Andrew Bird, Iron & Wine, etc.) from Gabriel. As you know, this is the cover art of our last release (7" vinyl) with Debbie Neigher.

It is beautifully framed (custom-frame, of course) and came to me. Totally unexpected. It is like a forgotten extra Birthday/Christmas gift Trading Options!

Last Wednesday (3/26/2014), we played a great show at Milk Bar in SF. Really Great. Great SF bands (Debbie Neigher, Foxtails Brigade) and Great audience. We have not felt that much excitement for a long time.

There are many frequencies available in the world. Currently, most American musicians use the standard pitch (A=440Hz) for the tuning, but that does not apply to everyone in the world especially other than Rock/Commercial music, I believe.

Many classical orchestras tune higher like 442Hz to 445Hz, and guys like John Lennon & Paul McCartney have tuned their instruments to C5=528Hz (A=444Hz) in some of their songs (Paul started recording songs in 444Hz/528Hz after 1999).  

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