Some believe music developed as a way to bring early humans together into a close-knit community, and this collection of songs is a perfect example of that theory at work. Beautiful vocals from Lindsey Flowers, an Oklahoman Ospovat met Tokyo. Killer sax blown in Portland, Oregon by Noah Bernstein, an exceptionally talented friend of Ospovat's brother. A driving remix by Pablo Bolivar in Barcelona, without whose generous advice this project would still be a work in progress. A mesmerizing remix by Canadian label partner, fellow Deadhead, and sound manipulator extraordinaire Craig Oldring (c_olvrin). And the words of David Moufang, who speaks with conviction in 'Movin' to the D' - "...music has a lot to do with communication ... working with other people is really essential." We couldn't agree more.