No Room to Pogo started out in 2000 as a gypsy ska improve group. The group has been described as a small symphony, everyone moving and breathing together. Kyle Eller from the Budgeteer News writes 'it's catchy and infectious; Pogo's eclectic mix of ska, blues, jazz, rock and country is one of the cooler experiments in the northland music scene, with a distinct vibe.' Mark Oberg from the Ripsaw News says the new album is 'an eclectic 12 track roller-coaster ride of jazz, folk, blues, and rock. The title track Speed is an ominous lament on the increasing speed that Americans seem to be moving in their lives and a pointed criticism of our current Administration's bullying foreign policy.' No Room To Pogo comprises songwriter Jason Wussow on guitar and vocals, Sara Softich on fiddle and vocals, Chuck Watson on drums, George Ellsworth on Bass, and Steve Isakson on Guitar. The songs are written by Jason Wussow, but the arrangements are created by all off the members. You might not be able to put into words what kind of band No Room to Pogo is, but there is something for everyone on the new CD.