The art is synonymous of themselves, a true expression of their collective experiences: Gravity Tapes is both a night in with a bottle of wine, and a night out on the town you will not soon forget. The guitar work of Drew McClellan is as mellow and cool as it is kinetic and aggressive. Matched by his clever, catchy vocals; the lyrical content is interesting and intuitive- keeping you in anticipation of the next hook. Saxophonist, Nate Larkin compliments the guitar with smooth moving, mellow tones moving in and out of the guitar chords, giving Gravity Tapes their laid back feel. The rhythm produced by bassist Jarod Elrod and drummer Ian Maxwell can be confused for the pounding pagan heartbeat of a party monster or the thumping march of a gypsy caravan, demanding your locomotion, the movement is contagious and it affecting you is inevitable. Gravity Tapes is an epidemic in which no one sits still.