7th Sun describes their music as “Supernova Rock’ - a fusion of sound that runs the gamut from classic rock, progressive rock, funk rock, to alternative rock/jam band. FROM THE BEGINNING is a high-energy concept album; the band’s instrumental firepower - with lyrics that juxtapose the uplifting idealism and the unknown darkness of modern-day culture - is driving this album into the subterranean rock market of the music industry.
7th Sun features JT Curtis (Guitars/Lead Vocals), Adam Kury (Bass/Vocals), Stephen Quadros (Drums/Backup Vocals) and Michael Russeck (Keyboards/Vocals).
"With its timely, provocative lyrics and timeless gut-grabbing music, “From the Beginning” should launch 7th Sun into the big time. The debut album by this California band led by JT Curtis is brimming with gritty vocals, stinging guitars and heady, heartfelt harmonies. “From the Beginning” is a fresh new take on the classic roots rock sound of legendary acts like the Allman Brothers Band and Derek and the Dominos." ~STEVE ISREAL (Syndicated Music Critic)~
"It is easy to hear 7TH SUN's debut release 'FROM THE BEGINNING' as some sort of nostalgic romp with some ERIC CLAPTON styled picking, STEVE WINWOOD ivory tickling and GINGER BAKER's four-to-the-floor assault on the drums. While the bands core members (JT CURTIS - guitars/vocals, ADAM KURY - bass/vocals, and STEPHEN QUADROS - drums) moonlight as the CREAM tribute band WHIPPED CREAM, they have taken your dad's late-sixties English rock with 7TH SUN and made it relevant to the social and political climate of today - a world just as manic and chaotic as any that CREAM's music tried rising above. 'FROM THE BEGINNING' is an album that takes you somewhere. While I was never one of those kids that listened to PINK FLOYD or any thing like that, in listening to '...BEGINNING', I get it. The band goes from jazzy instrumentals to strutting rockers, funky breakdowns, almost reggae-styled grooves and anthemic guitar solos, all in a moments notice. Nowhere does this bands' sound come together more perfectly than on the sizzling track 'BIG MAN'. Unlike the current crop of "alternative" rockers (if they even call them that anymore), 7TH SUN gives you reason to believe that rock n roll doesn't have to be all pop psychological heartache, false earnestness, and empty posturing. It can be a hell of a ride."
~BRIAN LUSH (Rockwired)~