What's New

March 20th, 2015

-- New MV "Old Mill Park" premiere on Grounds Sounds! Please check it out :)

March 6th, 2015

-- Have you listened to KQED Arts "To Do List" yesterday? See you all tomorrow at Cafe Underwood!

March 4th, 2015

-- "Old Mill Park" EP is available now! It has been introduced on DeliSF, This is Book's Music and Largehearted Boy

February 25th, 2015

-- Premiere & Interview for the new EP posted on The Bay Bridged! Check out the track "Dog Named Bart" there!

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!

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!

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Practice…. to me, used to be a "duty" instead of a fun thing. Being a music student, I had to be a perfectionist who supposed to practice 5+ hours per day, supposed to think/talk about music all time, listen to them as much and many types/genres as possible, and so on. Honestly, I was not sure whether or not I "like" music for a long time.

I now like to practice drums, keys and singing… well, I actually love practicing what I do in general. I used to think the practice time = torture which I had to accept in order to be "better". It is true in many cases, but I would rather use/spend the time as an exciting moment to find something new instead of a torture.

Of course, if you are stuck with some difficult phrase, tone or rhythm, you can easily think "Oh my god! this is not fuuuuunnnn!! damn!!" But, at the same time, isn't it interesting how your body starts reacting with the ideal vision (sound) you are seeing/hearing in your head, and it slowly becomes realistic…. in many cases, what you actually see/hear is way better than you envisioned before.  

I really enjoy my & band's practice time. Great time to find something new every time…. every time is different time and the same song you think is not the same.