Far from being too conservative above their band's name The Tea Party; these Canadian trio miraculously creative mixing various kind of music from Progressive Rock, Blues and Middle Eastern influences blend of sounds into their private own. Jeff Martin, Stuart Chatwood and Jeff Burrows might not as old as for example - Geddy Lee and Rush or Triumph but with many experiences since they've formed back to the nineties and more tourings, releases or musical development through the career years would definitely making them capable for creating great compositions and competitive as well. Through this third recording - The Edges of Twilight; The Tea Party inducing their talents and more influences from bigger names in Art Rock story like Peter Gabriel while some of their tracks carrying the silhouette Eastern Transcend and mystic symphonies to your ears like a ancient spell or mantra.
Correspondences, Shadows On The Mountainside, Turn The Lamp Down Low or Inanna shall giving their fanatic listeners a flashback to the time where Zeppelin performing Kashmir to break their US tour selling tickets or Kansas grabbing their luck for the first time.
The Tea Party isn't a kind of band which putting profit over arts - they're several few whom rejoicing Progressive compositional sessions and long played tracks rather than making millions or snatching chicks into their lair; this band is superb as hell but rare.
Here's The Edges of Twilight for you ...