Lost Intransit
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Lost Intransit


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"Feature by Kendra Black - Spotlight, Saint John 225"

"...a band that successfully fuses the genres of classic rock, blues, metal, and country into one incredible sound...Theirs is a friendship borne of common interest and chemistry; the stuff of the most powerful creative collaborations...They have something that people want. Good, original music."
- Saint John 225

"CD Review - Wilfred Langmaid"

"...there is much to commend this effort. Guitarist Stu MacDougall, keyboardist Huey Lord, bassist Shawn Lester, and drummer Greg Melanson lay down a lovely groove in just about every track. MacDougall and Lord take turns with licks, breaks, and leads, while Lester and Melanson move on the beam while always giving a solid bedrock. The album is entirely self-written, and the quality of the songwriting...is absolutely top-flite. It all adds up to an in-studio document by 4 veteran New Brunswick musicians who, safe to say, would really take these songs to another level in a live setting." - Daily Gleanor, Fredericton NB

"Ken Kelley, reviewer"

"Although this outfit may be new in name, the four experienced players bring a potpourri of blues, rock and roots on the 13 tracks...the group could truly be a force to be reckoned with" - HERE weekly

"Lost Intransit finding their own sound"

"Definitely worth a listen, especially for any classic rock fans wasting away at Saint John's multitude of reggae, hip-hop and punk shows. Debut single Open Eyes sets the tone for an energetic, whimsical and somewhat fluffy album with plenty of crunchy guitar licks and an endlessly energetic bedrock of upbeat keyboard melodies..." 4/5 stars - HERE NB

"Band Saint John's version of Phish"

"...the best way to describe it is an artful fusion of blues, folk and classic rock..." - HERE NB

"CFMH 107.3 - Port City Talent"

"This is the first CD I am taking home to copy..." - Amanda Rayall


"Nice work gents...the tracks sound great! Lookin forward to more ! "
- Marc Doucet


Lost Intransit - March 2010



Out of Saint John, New Brunswick, LiT offers up Throwback rock with relish roots. Their debut, self-titled disc serves up guitar gems, Wurlitzer wind-ups, and roots rock acoustic. Think the Dead meets The Band on "Melt" or Van plays the Stones on tracks like "Get it Together" and "Clear out of my Mind". Electric Piano grooves vs. harmonica and acoustic piano, mandolin and fiddle over vocals...Neil Young sings Taj Mahal. Says reviewer Wilfred Langmaid: "some of the smoothest moments - the Phish-like album opener Open Eyes and the Dave Matthews Band reminiscent Best Laid Plans..." Despite the eclectic mix of styles, the music and words fuse the songs together in an undeniable weave that will maybe not get you lost but definitely take you on a journey.

LiT has spent the last year and a half recording their debut collection of music and are set to officially release the package, in digital, physical and transcendental mediums, in early 2010. A few choice gigs throughout 2009 and regular rehearsal has whipped the band into shape and prepared them to promote the CD release through 2010, spreading the music as far as they can. The band is excited and anxious to get their music out and the debut offering will of course be new to most listeners. However, LiT has also been busy preparing and rehearsing newer material for a follow up effort which they plan to start work on in 2010. It's shaping up to be a busy year!