Matt: “It’s usually a situational basis. For instance, when we were doing the J Dilla tribute we rehearsed for two weeks straight and pretty much played eight hours a day. Other days we’ll get together and produce beats or work on original music. We don’t have any kind of schedule and we still have a lot of fun when we play together.
Chester Hansen: “We always like to play together for a while when we get together.”
We all started fooling around on our own time on drum machines and computers, and each time we bring idea to the other guys it grows times three to something crazy.
Matt: “We all kind of make beats and music aside from the band on MPCs and stuff. All the original material we write with ideas plotted out as a beat and then bring it to the band for interaction.”
Alex: “When we played our first show we had the audio from it and I tried making beats out of solo or improv sessions. I started sampling that and thought it would be crazy to sample those audio, make beats out of that and then made those into our jazz/jam thing, like a recycled music kind of thing.”
Chester: “We all started fooling around on our own time on drum machines and computers, and each time we bring idea to the other guys it grows times three to something crazy. It's a cool collaborative process.”