Geoff Compton picked up his first pair of drumsticks at age eight after truly epic failures at both piano and violin. He attributes the negative outcomes of those tragic sonic experiments to left-handedness. Geoff sincerely wishes he could recall the last name of his childhood drum-teacher, Dave, to whom he owes his enduring appreciation for the sparse less-is-more approach to drums and percussion and, as it turns out, to autobiographical statements. You'll find him, assuming he wants to be found, in Duluth, MN.

Cody Lindsey has been writing and recording music with preposterous aspirations toward anthemic folk-rock since shortly after somebody shot Larry Hagman. He currently resides in northern Minnesota with his wife, various cats, and a militia’s worth of guitars that have secretly become sentient and oversee how the bills are paid. He is technically a doctor of some sort, if one believes the rumors.


Jacob Rodriguez is a jack-of-all trades, master of none sort of musician and songwriter, ever a Virgo, who claims to be a medium between the human world and the Lords of Rock. Originally from Texas, Jacob's musical approach is arguably more influenced by the decade he was born in, the Seventies, versus any specific region of the US.