The soundtrack aims to inspire all humans and their achievements toward the goal of life as a multiplanetary species. From decades past and into the future the desire for exploration is more relevant than it ever was. For all humans looking toward the future and making it what they want it to be, this is honoring them.
Art & Science have a close-knit bond from inspiration to execution. In a time where complete album listening is slipping into the past, Test Shot Starfish releases a collection of tracks that take the listener on a journey intended to be experienced from beginning to end.
Kyle Schember & Ryan Stuit called upon long time friends to collaborate on the album. Michael Culpepper appears on several tracks playing ebow and electric guitar adding to the dreamlike quality of this collective work. They also teamed up with veteran producer Robert Margouleff to finish the album with the help of his engineer Zeus. Robert won a grammy for his work on Stevie Wonder's Innervisions and also produced "Whip It" for Devo.