Airborne or Aquatic?
Bruzza, Robinson and Bernard set aside a couple of weeks to create music in the spring of 2005. Rehearsals and gigs.
“What should we call our band?” Bernard asked.
“I don’t know. Should the name be ‘airborne’, or ‘aquatic’?”, Bruzza replied.
“Yes, that sounds about right”
And then in the winter of the following year, a whole explosion of electric-acoustic psychedelic collaboration took hold. With the advent of Luke Winslow-King, May Erlewine, Susan Fawcett, Dave Ward (a.k.a. "Wardo"), and Dustin Edwards, whose production propelled the future mentioning, the “Airborne or Aquatic?” ensemble rocked their first record, to be followed by summer festival appearances.
The project is dedicated to Dave Taylor, the Bishop Baraga of northern lower Peninsula experimental art rock ensembles.