Inspiration often occurs in unexpected and seemingly disparate ways. For its sophomore album, Blue Wave Theory draws influence from a wide variety of sources including Superstorm Sandy, Holstein cows, black and white TV, the theremin, Hawaiian volcanoes, a restaurant in Puerto Rico, woodchuck hunting, Rhode Island getaways, driving the highways of upstate New York, playing Frisbee at the Jersey Shore, The Endless Summer, and Saab automobiles.
Named after 2012's horrific East coast hurricane, Blue Wave Theory's new release coalesces these inspirations into the creation of a powerful aural landscape rooted in instrumental surf music, and spiced with occasional echoes of reggae, rockabilly, fusion, and psychedelia.
Close your eyes and enjoy the journey as Blue Wave Theory takes you on a musical road trip through America.
Produced by: Steve Rabeler and Dan Skye Composer: Steve Rabeler Copyright: 2013 Publisher: Hectic Eclectic Music
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