UFOsmosis is Cyndee Lee Rule's debut, genre-twisting Viper album. With her 5-string Wood Violins electric violin and Zoom 606 pedal she creates a vast array of tones and moods. UFOsmosis spans from Celtic, to Middle Eastern, to Indian to Latin influences, with a heavy emphasis on spacerock. Her playing style has been compared to Hawkwind's Simon House.
After Cyndee's Fall 2004 tour with Hawkwind's Nik Turner and Spaceseed, Steven Davies-Morris approached Cyndee for session work on Systems Theory's debut album "Soundtracks for Imaginary Movies". Steven went on to produce and engineer UFOsmosis, and Cyndee and Steven have many more projects in the works. Greg Amov of Systems Theory also made a tremendous contribution to UFOsmosis, providing wonderful compositions for Cyndee to add violin to.
Cyndee's resume includes performances in Lincoln Center, Tweeter Center, First Union Center and Trenton War Memorial, WKDU and the Gagliarchives. She has been a first violinist in the Philharmonic of Southern NJ and is a classical violin instructor. She has performed with Nik Turner, Harvey Bainbridge, Spaceseed, Thee Maximalists, Gong's Tim Blake, Jean-Phillppe Rykiel, Stellarscope, Scattered Planets and has done session work for various artists.