James Lucas, also called Rroland, started his music adventures back the late ’70s, when he played within a California-based punk music group. Dedicating the next decade towards the punk rock and roll organization, it was just in 1995 that he conceived his first transfer to the experimental design, documenting Cortez, a four-track demonstration. In 1997, Rroland founded the Castlerobertson record label and finally were able to record his first full-length record. Significant Reviews of Airplay made an appearance in 1998, twelve months before the discharge of Trapped Beneath the Tor. The EP Momusissus arrived in November 1999, a few months before the begin of just one more musical organization, Reflections on the Past Lifestyle, an EP provided in 2000, once again subliming his sharpened innovative power. Reflections on the Past Lifestyle As Played over the Roland Synthesizer, Rroland’s debut record for the American Patchwork record label, strike record shops in 2001, confirming his discovery creative conceptions.