Jean-Claude Trans/Am is a rocktronica band from Connecticut, mixing electronic and organic instruments to create a spontaneous live musical experience. Flowing seamlessly between ambient soundscapes, interstellar post-rock, and high-velocity jam sequences, they take the audience on a continuously evolving, deep and winding sonic adventure. The resulting retro-futuristic landscape is reminiscent of sci-fi movie soundtracks mixed with the raw emotional power of modern jam-rock. Influences? Imagine if Medeski Martin and Wood, The Edge, EITS, and Tangerine Dream got together to re-score the soundtrack to Blade Runner. Add Brian Eno as producer and that would about sum it up. With exploration as the primary goal, each Jean-Claude Trans/Am performance is guaranteed to be unique and engaging. Aside from the limitless improvisational capabilities of their live set up, the band also draws from a compelling arsenal of original material and re-imaginings of classic covers. The band is consistently looking to push the boundaries of live performance, driving themselves, their instruments and technology to invent new sounds, textures, musical ideas and connections. The band primarily consists of James Anderson on drums and bass, and Matt Splain on the guitar, synths, and vocals, with frequent special guests from the talented CT music community.