What exactly is "Bubblemath"? From the design of the lavish packaging, it would appear to be a science of some sort. It is possibly a hybrid of the high-octane, multi-part vocalizations and absurd lyrical subjects of Yezda Urfa with a modern and aggressive alternative edge. Or maybe it's a cross between the incessant chord changes and similarly vocal oriented songs of Echolyn, and the off-beat humor of Mike Keneally. Whatever the hell you want to call it, it kicks ass in its own unique and adventurous way. This young quintet from Minnesota has brought us their own idiosyncratic take on progressive rock, filled with "writhing time signatures and swollen chord progressions, drenched with political savvy".