1. Tidal Theme (Overture)
09:01

1. Tidal Theme (Overture)

Alex Vouri / Bass Mike Lehman / Drums Music created & captured by BOOSTER Mastered by Doug Krebs Album art by Andrew Hibben Design www.321booster.com ​ “The Coasts” is an instrumental concept album performed by bass and drums, with an accompanying short story told in chapters through animated text. Recorded mostly live, the eight songs were conceptualized alongside a story. This story found its way to realization through a new format that bridges the LP and streaming eras: video liner notes. The goal in creating a debut record was to use the bass guitar and drums as fully actualized compositional mediums—leaving no part of the tonal spectrum (melody or dynamics) behind. “The Coasts” marks an achievement for the bass and drums duo not just as an independent release, but also as a new form of progressive rock utilizing a new format for presentation. The album is infinitely loopable, creating a seamless listening experience that keeps the audience engaged in the storyline. This artistic approach elevates the streaming video experience. It becomes a place not just to sell original music content, but also a medium to convey complete thought. All of the music was composed, performed, captured, and mixed by Booster, as was the short story prose. Booster has named their new and unique form of storytelling Meta morphic rock, a self-referential moniker for the combined whole of this novel approach. What is Meta morphic Rock? Meta morphic rock is perpetual motion over time—when acted upon by high heat, intense pressure, and excessively loud vibrations, the only constant is change. ​ Atoms sing, particles rearrange, tectonics shift, and new compounds form in the lattice. Yielding to seismic activity of this magnitude, timbers split, shelves shake, mollusks make motion, and meanwhile, the rock cycle spins on... ​ A classification all its own, Meta morphic rock is a state of synchronous flux ad infinitum. Physically, this push and pull of the natural order is the same force that turned dinosaurs into fuels and stardust into men—it is sonic evolution in practice. ​ As the moon pushes sediment into mountains, organic compositions ebb and flow with the dynamism of two cosmic chieftains based in Boulder, Colorado.
2. Crust Station
03:55

2. Crust Station

Alex Vouri / Bass Mike Lehman / Drums Music created & captured by BOOSTER Mastered by Doug Krebs Album art by Andrew Hibben Design www.321booster.com ​ “The Coasts” is an instrumental concept album performed by bass and drums, with an accompanying short story told in chapters through animated text. Recorded mostly live, the eight songs were conceptualized alongside a story. This story found its way to realization through a new format that bridges the LP and streaming eras: video liner notes. The goal in creating a debut record was to use the bass guitar and drums as fully actualized compositional mediums—leaving no part of the tonal spectrum (melody or dynamics) behind. “The Coasts” marks an achievement for the bass and drums duo not just as an independent release, but also as a new form of progressive rock utilizing a new format for presentation. The album is infinitely loopable, creating a seamless listening experience that keeps the audience engaged in the storyline. This artistic approach elevates the streaming video experience. It becomes a place not just to sell original music content, but also a medium to convey complete thought. All of the music was composed, performed, captured, and mixed by Booster, as was the short story prose. Booster has named their new and unique form of storytelling Meta morphic rock, a self-referential moniker for the combined whole of this novel approach. What is Meta morphic Rock? Meta morphic rock is perpetual motion over time—when acted upon by high heat, intense pressure, and excessively loud vibrations, the only constant is change. ​ Atoms sing, particles rearrange, tectonics shift, and new compounds form in the lattice. Yielding to seismic activity of this magnitude, timbers split, shelves shake, mollusks make motion, and meanwhile, the rock cycle spins on... ​ A classification all its own, Meta morphic rock is a state of synchronous flux ad infinitum. Physically, this push and pull of the natural order is the same force that turned dinosaurs into fuels and stardust into men—it is sonic evolution in practice. ​ As the moon pushes sediment into mountains, organic compositions ebb and flow with the dynamism of two cosmic chieftains based in Boulder, Colorado.
3. Daggerboard
05:22

3. Daggerboard

Alex Vouri / Bass Mike Lehman / Drums Music created & captured by BOOSTER Mastered by Doug Krebs Album art by Andrew Hibben Design www.321booster.com ​ “The Coasts” is an instrumental concept album performed by bass and drums, with an accompanying short story told in chapters through animated text. Recorded mostly live, the eight songs were conceptualized alongside a story. This story found its way to realization through a new format that bridges the LP and streaming eras: video liner notes. The goal in creating a debut record was to use the bass guitar and drums as fully actualized compositional mediums—leaving no part of the tonal spectrum (melody or dynamics) behind. “The Coasts” marks an achievement for the bass and drums duo not just as an independent release, but also as a new form of progressive rock utilizing a new format for presentation. The album is infinitely loopable, creating a seamless listening experience that keeps the audience engaged in the storyline. This artistic approach elevates the streaming video experience. It becomes a place not just to sell original music content, but also a medium to convey complete thought. All of the music was composed, performed, captured, and mixed by Booster, as was the short story prose. Booster has named their new and unique form of storytelling Meta morphic rock, a self-referential moniker for the combined whole of this novel approach. What is Meta morphic Rock? Meta morphic rock is perpetual motion over time—when acted upon by high heat, intense pressure, and excessively loud vibrations, the only constant is change. ​ Atoms sing, particles rearrange, tectonics shift, and new compounds form in the lattice. Yielding to seismic activity of this magnitude, timbers split, shelves shake, mollusks make motion, and meanwhile, the rock cycle spins on... ​ A classification all its own, Meta morphic rock is a state of synchronous flux ad infinitum. Physically, this push and pull of the natural order is the same force that turned dinosaurs into fuels and stardust into men—it is sonic evolution in practice. ​ As the moon pushes sediment into mountains, organic compositions ebb and flow with the dynamism of two cosmic chieftains based in Boulder, Colorado.
4. Eagle's Dive
02:32

4. Eagle's Dive

Alex Vouri / Bass Mike Lehman / Drums Music created & captured by BOOSTER Mastered by Doug Krebs Album art by Andrew Hibben Design www.321booster.com ​ “The Coasts” is an instrumental concept album performed by bass and drums, with an accompanying short story told in chapters through animated text. Recorded mostly live, the eight songs were conceptualized alongside a story. This story found its way to realization through a new format that bridges the LP and streaming eras: video liner notes. The goal in creating a debut record was to use the bass guitar and drums as fully actualized compositional mediums—leaving no part of the tonal spectrum (melody or dynamics) behind. “The Coasts” marks an achievement for the bass and drums duo not just as an independent release, but also as a new form of progressive rock utilizing a new format for presentation. The album is infinitely loopable, creating a seamless listening experience that keeps the audience engaged in the storyline. This artistic approach elevates the streaming video experience. It becomes a place not just to sell original music content, but also a medium to convey complete thought. All of the music was composed, performed, captured, and mixed by Booster, as was the short story prose. Booster has named their new and unique form of storytelling Meta morphic rock, a self-referential moniker for the combined whole of this novel approach. What is Meta morphic Rock? Meta morphic rock is perpetual motion over time—when acted upon by high heat, intense pressure, and excessively loud vibrations, the only constant is change. ​ Atoms sing, particles rearrange, tectonics shift, and new compounds form in the lattice. Yielding to seismic activity of this magnitude, timbers split, shelves shake, mollusks make motion, and meanwhile, the rock cycle spins on... ​ A classification all its own, Meta morphic rock is a state of synchronous flux ad infinitum. Physically, this push and pull of the natural order is the same force that turned dinosaurs into fuels and stardust into men—it is sonic evolution in practice. ​ As the moon pushes sediment into mountains, organic compositions ebb and flow with the dynamism of two cosmic chieftains based in Boulder, Colorado.
5. Leviathan
07:02

5. Leviathan

Alex Vouri / Bass Mike Lehman / Drums Music created & captured by BOOSTER Mastered by Doug Krebs Album art by Andrew Hibben Design www.321booster.com ​ “The Coasts” is an instrumental concept album performed by bass and drums, with an accompanying short story told in chapters through animated text. Recorded mostly live, the eight songs were conceptualized alongside a story. This story found its way to realization through a new format that bridges the LP and streaming eras: video liner notes. The goal in creating a debut record was to use the bass guitar and drums as fully actualized compositional mediums—leaving no part of the tonal spectrum (melody or dynamics) behind. “The Coasts” marks an achievement for the bass and drums duo not just as an independent release, but also as a new form of progressive rock utilizing a new format for presentation. The album is infinitely loopable, creating a seamless listening experience that keeps the audience engaged in the storyline. This artistic approach elevates the streaming video experience. It becomes a place not just to sell original music content, but also a medium to convey complete thought. All of the music was composed, performed, captured, and mixed by Booster, as was the short story prose. Booster has named their new and unique form of storytelling Meta morphic rock, a self-referential moniker for the combined whole of this novel approach. What is Meta morphic Rock? Meta morphic rock is perpetual motion over time—when acted upon by high heat, intense pressure, and excessively loud vibrations, the only constant is change. ​ Atoms sing, particles rearrange, tectonics shift, and new compounds form in the lattice. Yielding to seismic activity of this magnitude, timbers split, shelves shake, mollusks make motion, and meanwhile, the rock cycle spins on... ​ A classification all its own, Meta morphic rock is a state of synchronous flux ad infinitum. Physically, this push and pull of the natural order is the same force that turned dinosaurs into fuels and stardust into men—it is sonic evolution in practice. ​ As the moon pushes sediment into mountains, organic compositions ebb and flow with the dynamism of two cosmic chieftains based in Boulder, Colorado.
6. Long Thaw
03:36

6. Long Thaw

Alex Vouri / Bass Mike Lehman / Drums Music created & captured by BOOSTER Mastered by Doug Krebs Album art by Andrew Hibben Design www.321booster.com ​ “The Coasts” is an instrumental concept album performed by bass and drums, with an accompanying short story told in chapters through animated text. Recorded mostly live, the eight songs were conceptualized alongside a story. This story found its way to realization through a new format that bridges the LP and streaming eras: video liner notes. The goal in creating a debut record was to use the bass guitar and drums as fully actualized compositional mediums—leaving no part of the tonal spectrum (melody or dynamics) behind. “The Coasts” marks an achievement for the bass and drums duo not just as an independent release, but also as a new form of progressive rock utilizing a new format for presentation. The album is infinitely loopable, creating a seamless listening experience that keeps the audience engaged in the storyline. This artistic approach elevates the streaming video experience. It becomes a place not just to sell original music content, but also a medium to convey complete thought. All of the music was composed, performed, captured, and mixed by Booster, as was the short story prose. Booster has named their new and unique form of storytelling Meta morphic rock, a self-referential moniker for the combined whole of this novel approach. What is Meta morphic Rock? Meta morphic rock is perpetual motion over time—when acted upon by high heat, intense pressure, and excessively loud vibrations, the only constant is change. ​ Atoms sing, particles rearrange, tectonics shift, and new compounds form in the lattice. Yielding to seismic activity of this magnitude, timbers split, shelves shake, mollusks make motion, and meanwhile, the rock cycle spins on... ​ A classification all its own, Meta morphic rock is a state of synchronous flux ad infinitum. Physically, this push and pull of the natural order is the same force that turned dinosaurs into fuels and stardust into men—it is sonic evolution in practice. ​ As the moon pushes sediment into mountains, organic compositions ebb and flow with the dynamism of two cosmic chieftains based in Boulder, Colorado.
7. Sands and Time
06:30

7. Sands and Time

Alex Vouri / Bass Mike Lehman / Drums Music created & captured by BOOSTER Mastered by Doug Krebs Album art by Andrew Hibben Design www.321booster.com ​ “The Coasts” is an instrumental concept album performed by bass and drums, with an accompanying short story told in chapters through animated text. Recorded mostly live, the eight songs were conceptualized alongside a story. This story found its way to realization through a new format that bridges the LP and streaming eras: video liner notes. The goal in creating a debut record was to use the bass guitar and drums as fully actualized compositional mediums—leaving no part of the tonal spectrum (melody or dynamics) behind. “The Coasts” marks an achievement for the bass and drums duo not just as an independent release, but also as a new form of progressive rock utilizing a new format for presentation. The album is infinitely loopable, creating a seamless listening experience that keeps the audience engaged in the storyline. This artistic approach elevates the streaming video experience. It becomes a place not just to sell original music content, but also a medium to convey complete thought. All of the music was composed, performed, captured, and mixed by Booster, as was the short story prose. Booster has named their new and unique form of storytelling Meta morphic rock, a self-referential moniker for the combined whole of this novel approach. What is Meta morphic Rock? Meta morphic rock is perpetual motion over time—when acted upon by high heat, intense pressure, and excessively loud vibrations, the only constant is change. ​ Atoms sing, particles rearrange, tectonics shift, and new compounds form in the lattice. Yielding to seismic activity of this magnitude, timbers split, shelves shake, mollusks make motion, and meanwhile, the rock cycle spins on... ​ A classification all its own, Meta morphic rock is a state of synchronous flux ad infinitum. Physically, this push and pull of the natural order is the same force that turned dinosaurs into fuels and stardust into men—it is sonic evolution in practice. ​ As the moon pushes sediment into mountains, organic compositions ebb and flow with the dynamism of two cosmic chieftains based in Boulder, Colorado.
8. Aurora Mandala
07:00

8. Aurora Mandala

Alex Vouri / Bass Mike Lehman / Drums Music created & captured by BOOSTER Mastered by Doug Krebs Album art by Andrew Hibben Design www.321booster.com ​ “The Coasts” is an instrumental concept album performed by bass and drums, with an accompanying short story told in chapters through animated text. Recorded mostly live, the eight songs were conceptualized alongside a story. This story found its way to realization through a new format that bridges the LP and streaming eras: video liner notes. The goal in creating a debut record was to use the bass guitar and drums as fully actualized compositional mediums—leaving no part of the tonal spectrum (melody or dynamics) behind. “The Coasts” marks an achievement for the bass and drums duo not just as an independent release, but also as a new form of progressive rock utilizing a new format for presentation. The album is infinitely loopable, creating a seamless listening experience that keeps the audience engaged in the storyline. This artistic approach elevates the streaming video experience. It becomes a place not just to sell original music content, but also a medium to convey complete thought. All of the music was composed, performed, captured, and mixed by Booster, as was the short story prose. Booster has named their new and unique form of storytelling Meta morphic rock, a self-referential moniker for the combined whole of this novel approach. What is Meta morphic Rock? Meta morphic rock is perpetual motion over time—when acted upon by high heat, intense pressure, and excessively loud vibrations, the only constant is change. ​ Atoms sing, particles rearrange, tectonics shift, and new compounds form in the lattice. Yielding to seismic activity of this magnitude, timbers split, shelves shake, mollusks make motion, and meanwhile, the rock cycle spins on... ​ A classification all its own, Meta morphic rock is a state of synchronous flux ad infinitum. Physically, this push and pull of the natural order is the same force that turned dinosaurs into fuels and stardust into men—it is sonic evolution in practice. ​ As the moon pushes sediment into mountains, organic compositions ebb and flow with the dynamism of two cosmic chieftains based in Boulder, Colorado.