Children of Saturn
Born from the ashes of House of Usher (prog rock band of the 90s). Tin Scribble is a modern art rock band in the vain of artists like Porcupine Tree, Tool, and Radiohead. Featuring guitarist Michael Allen Moore (formerly of HOU), bassist Mark 'Dino' Jardine (formerly of HOU), percussionist Cinton Sabon (formerly of Giant), and guitarist Bryan Atterberry. Tin Scribble's music is also influenced by acoustic and world music. 'Children of Saturn' is Tin Scribble's first release and is the result of the groups ongoing experimentation and mastery of recorded music through the use of their personal studio: 'Scrambled Sound.' 'Children Of Saturn is not the easiest of albums to get into but after a few plays it begins to have the lure of something you know is not right (chocolate, alcohol etc.) but is hard to resist. About 12 listens on I am still intrigued.' Jem Jedrzejewski - The Hairless Heart Herald 'Finally, here is probably the most essential observation: most of the music has a fairytale feel to it and is amazingly imaginative....Tin Scribble's success is due not only to their technical prowess, but also (and in large part) to their good taste to know when delicacy is more important than energy and vice versa....Sincerely recommended.' - Progressor 'Tin Scribble's sound can best be described as an amalgamation of progressive rock and gothic sensibilities with a light dusting of metal... Goth kids and Bauhaus fans will most likely really enjoy this CD.' - Matthew Jaworski - The Record '...'Children of Saturn' contains some stuff that can really blow your mind. The music is dark yet tuneful, and straight-out progressive. The emphasis is on melodic guitars creating a haunting climate...'Children of Saturn' is a captivating concept album that requires listening as a whole to be the most effective. The theme is unsettling, which is rather rare in prog. I wouldn't be surprised if you immediately get hooked by this independently released gem.' --- Prog-Nose '...Tin Scribble creates an aural landscape that is darker, ambient and more cryptic... Indeed, for those familiar with Moore and company's previous recorded work this is a very stark, somewhat rawer, surreal and more guitar-centric direction. But all the progressive touchstones are still there and should satisfy fans of classic rock like the afore mentioned Rush and Led Zeppelin as well as those into newer bands such as Porcupine Tree, Radiohead and Tool.' --- Eric Harabadian 'Very Adventurous and cool!' --- Ralph Valdez WDET Public Radio Detroit '...very cool - kinda like NIn meets someone else but I can't' put my finger on the 2nd influence......anyway, good stuff...' --- Holly Hutton 89X Radio.