Ptah has managed to fuse the sum of their life experience, musicianship, and nervous systems to put together what has been referred to as the thickest and most thought provoking music on the market. The music distorts the sonic conception of alterno-popby marrying orchestra with deliciously voiced guitarand three part vocals. From a rhythmic standpoint, everything is cyclical. The melodies and progressions float in and out of common time but always resolve backto their origin. The band is trying to reach more people.
In 1996, Greg Pearce began recording a collection of eccentric cross cultural songs and called the record 'Stare'. People thought he was crazy for attempting to market such a 'left field' collection. Well, the record went international, and now 3 years later they're back with Maynard Florence on six string fretless and sideburns, Joe LaMaina with his percussion type stylings & 9 amazing new songs.
Pearce is a fiery, inspired player...As the youngest and most animated member of the band, both onstage and off, Pearce is an intense fret monster and ultimately the key to unlocking the band's potential. When he's firing on all cylinders, his sizzling high wire actgives the music its most compelling moments, its most potent intensity - LEE ABRAHAM, CITY LIFE MAGAZINE.......................................................... Greg Pearce and company have created a unique musical dichotomy consisting of heavy melodic pop alternating with adventurous instrumentals - NORDIC RECORDS INDIE REVIEW