“But what is this all about?” is the question that arises from the depths of ourselves after listening to Unsafe Space Garden. They come with a goal and use all available weapons to get there through a method of musical stop-and-go. Each chord is picked with the stubbornness of someone who has yet to find out the answers to the most basic questions and, therefore, the gentle caress of an angelic voice probably hides a tantrum full of existential protest behind it. Seasoned with a bit of comedy à la Zappa and even George Carlin: since you have to start somewhere, what better than humor to undo your rigidities?
Voices, colors, theatricality are the three axes from which the music of this collective arises and the path they established with three albums they’ve released: Bubble Burst, Guilty Measures and Bro, You Got Something In Your Eye - A Guided Meditation.