The CAMARILLO BLUES TRIANGLE was recorded whilst river dwelling and war mongering were necessary and fashionable, respectively. With Cyrus Melchor on guitar and bass and Alfred Di Maio on drums and synthesizers, the two native Angelenos twisted resonance switches, pulled delay pads and occasionally uttered a few lilting lyrics in their music dedicated to t-Rex's, robots (operational, pre-programmed, and fully malfunctioning), buxom women, and the need for human organization. The Camarillo Blues Triangle reflects the moods and life cycles of people during the early 21st Century: unpredictable, serene, hostile and overly-medicated. 'We make music. You are f*** you you are,' he says in an interview from the Safari Gun Shoppe, a music and art studio complex in Los Angeles. At the dawn of what could be paper abundance or Rome revisited, the CBT is also joined by musical comrades Jason Radford (Onesidezero, Abloom) on vocals and Julie Rayne on violin for 'Hemphill'; and Shahen Hagobian (The Ambulance) playing bass and Ted Mempin (Fall Of Reason, Triclops) strumming strings on album cuts unfortunately not included here. Excellent with smoke or drink. Never both you are.