When three Edmonton 20-somethings began hanging out after their day jobs (in the same office, in fact) to have a few beer, a bit of smoke, and share their interest in ’70s heavy jam rock, they hadn’t put much thought into taking the show out of the basement. Two solid years of screeching guitar and banging heads were a perfect Sunday ritual and distraction from work. It wasn’t until they invited the new guy to play some keys that something really clicked. When the four of them started to jam, it’s like they were in tune with the universe. It’s like music personified and came to visit the jam space. They would go for hours on a single groove, sometimes just unplugging and going straight to the office. They started taking this energy on the road, playing nights in dive bars and empty clubs, occasionally opening for touring acts – which is probably where you’ll find them right now.