Sons of Psyience
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Sons of Psyience

Saint Joseph, Michigan, United States | SELF

Saint Joseph, Michigan, United States | SELF
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Self Released EPs:

Miniauture Planets -2008
Chrono-synclastic-infundibulum -2009

Whats to Come- 2010
We Were Gods - 2010
Fat Chance Banana Bottom-2010



The Sons of Psyience is a collaboration of like minded good friends and fellow musicians since 2005- Brendan Bowser (Guitars), John Howland (Drums), and Michael Nelson (Bass). Our influences are wide and broad, but some of our favorites are Umphrey's Mcgee, The Mars Volta, Phish, The Beatles, Led Zepplin, My Morning Jacket, and that sweet electronic sound. Straight out of the wicked undertows and out from the trees of SW Michigan the trio began the construction and creative flow of their sound and style with an introductory self made, self released EP "Miniature Planets" in August 2008 at the local open mic night and chill spot The Livery in Benton Harbor, MI. Shortly after, it was back to writing and compiling ideas to record their second EP "Chrono-Synclastic Infundibulum" at Grand Valley State University with long time friend and other fellow musician Jacob Demski (Guitars) which was also self released in January of 2009 at Mickey's Bar in St. Joseph, MI. Consistent practice and writing to further develope the funked out prog rock sound that is becoming ever so fimiliar to the ears of the locals and friends, the addition of Matt Sypian on Percussion was the next step in the evolution of the Psyientists, helping to paint an even brighter picture in their live shows full of face melters, funky bass slapin dance breakdowns, ear pounding-grooved out-freaked out-improvised drumming, and pure energy to the stage.

We started Sons of Psyience not just as a band but as a group that represented the youth in our community and the music we have always loved but has been ignored and kept in the shadows by the conservative view points of our leaders. The wool has been pulled over the eyes of our neighbors and we decided it was time to put our efforts not just into playing a show for a few people, but to really open the eyes and ears of our peers and shake the ground with our fists and let them know that there really are still hard working original musicians pouring their hearts and souls into their music, and the scene of all our communities. Music is what we do best and we have made it a mission to revive our area and have people want to come to our city to hear good music. And with that we work harder everyday to push the art, what really matters to us most so that music is always in our lives.