New Haven Electronhic describe their sound as “Free of charge Music leaning towards jazz…powered by Chapman Stick and Drums, with sound, electronics, saxophones, whistles and guitars.” This difficult-to-pigeonhole and musically powerful ensemble grew from the New Haven Improvisers Collective, which it continues to be an integral component. The band includes Brett Bottomley on Chapman Stay; Jeff Cedrone, electric guitar, keyboards, and consumer electronics; Bob Gorry, acoustic guitar, consumer electronics, Theremin; Paul McGuire, saxophones, Great Bass Recorder; and Peter Riccio, drums and percussion. They arrived collectively in 2014 using the motivating directive “…to maintain still and keep space.” Their music shown itself alone and found its breath without having to be forced into lifestyle. Motion was permitted to steadily creep along with rhythms and enthusiastic counterpoint, though a wholesome quantity of space continued to be. Electronhic released its self-titled debut recording in 2014 via NHIC’s personal label. They rehearsed and performed regionally, developing their audio over another 2 yrs. They adopted it in 2016 with TRYING. Made by Gorry, it captured an aural family portrait from the group’s mentioned objectives because they got created and shifted as time passes. Their audio was referred to in the press as daring, exploratory, and available.