B Liminal
Gig Seeker Pro

B Liminal

Jupiter, Florida, United States | INDIE

Jupiter, Florida, United States | INDIE
Band Rock Reggae


This band has not uploaded any videos
This band has not uploaded any videos



"VITAL REVERB: JUNE 18, 2010 Sounding Off On The Sounds You Need"

Shore Culture
Secret 7
ESM Rating: 9/10

As far as I’m concerned, there are only really three types of songs. Some are instantly charming and likeable, some have to grow on you a bit, and some just straight-up suck no matter how many times you listen to them. And most albums, especially freshman albums from squeaky new bands, are kind of like boxes of jellybeans: they’re filled with a random assortment of all kinds of songs, and you have to pick through them to find the good ones.

But every once in a while, a talented new band comes along that has the ability to go all out for every single song on their album, and B-Liminal is exactly that sort of band. A young reggae-rock group from Jupiter, FL, B-Liminal has been exploding in popularity thanks to the strength of their live performances with artists like G. Love, Pepper, Pennywise, and The Expendables. And now that they’ve knocked it out of the park with their first album Shore Culture, it’s probably safe to say that the best is yet to come for these guys.

From the moment you hit play, Shore Culture makes a strong first impression with its electrifying energy and silky smooth sound. Michael Lyons and Bryce Rutkowski weave together guitar melodies that are sure to help you drift away to a better place, and Mike Berchtold and Max Fraser keep the good vibes flowing with their lively beats and steady bass lines. Rutkowski’s vocal style captivates and seems to be perfectly fitted to the band’s sound, while his lyrics range anywhere from lighthearted humor to enlightened reflection. Shore Culture delivers from start to finish, and there’s a pretty good chance that you’ll end up putting the entire thing on repeat. Not bad for a first album. Not bad at all. There are definitely great things up ahead for B-Liminal. By Allison Arteaga - Eastern Surf Magazine (ESM)


"Shore Culture" 2009 Secret 7 Records



Emerging from the sun and surf of South Florida, B-Liminal has quickly become one of the most in-demand acts in the South East music scene. Defined by a unique sound and an unparalleled live show combining elements of Reggae, Surf, and Rock, B-Liminal creates a vibe of positivity and grooves that will be sure to leave you moving.

B-Liminal, formed in 2007, was founded by singer, Bryce Rutkowski, former front man of the Reggae-Rock band, Boxelder. What began as a small project suddenly became a full-on band with the arrival of Michael Lyons, and Max Fraser. When Ryan "Ryngo" Weidenfeld joined the fold a few months later, the line-up was complete.

In May of '09, the Jupiter natives caught the attention of local Jett Beres of the band Sister Hazel. He immediately signed them to his label, Secret 7 Records, and released the band's first full length album entitled "Shore Culture" in August of '09.

Already having played and toured with various artists like, G. Love, Pepper, Pennywise, Bunny Wailer, Lee 'Scratch' Perry, Authority Zero, Reel Big Fish, Arrested Development, The Expandables, Yellowman, Passafire and Fishbone, even playing on the Rock Boat X with Sister Hazel, Carbon Leaf, Blackberry Smoke and many others, B-Liminal is quickly establishing an extremely diverse and solid following of fans. The new album is full of great melodies, meaningful lyrics, and strong rock reggae grooves that is defining a unique sound, born from the "Shore Culture" of their home town.