Kevin Kastning (USA) & Carl Clements (USA) are contemporary music explorers. Kevin Kastning invented the 36-string Double Contraguitar and the 30-string Contra-Soprano guitar; this is the first album on which both instruments appear, and the recording debut of the 36-string Double Contraguitar on this new recording entitled Watercolor Sky. In addition, Carl Clements utilizes not only tenor and soprano saxophones, but also alto flute and the Bansuri flute. New England's Yankee Magazine calls Kevin ... a pioneer in modern acoustic guitar composition. Of Carl, AcousticMusic.com said: catch the remarkable tone Clements invokes...Clements is... conversationally inclined, explorative, emotionally invested... Clements.. wastes no time mesmerizing the listener as the guitar paints backdrops for his pensees and visions. This album was recorded using the high recording standards of Greydisc Records; a recording of depth and detailed resolution. Guitar Player Magazine called the Kastning & Clements 2012 release Dreaming As I Knew sublimely beautiful. DPRP Magazine of Holland said of Dreaming As I Knew: Together, Kevin and Carl create gentle excursions of interwoven beauty that as indicated before, while having a deeply dream-like quality in keeping with the album s title, are also very intricate in construction. Watercolor Sky invokes new acoustic landscapes of imagination and deep introspection using a pallet of guitar-family instruments invented by Kevin, wonderfully paired with Carl s classic woodwind instruments to evoke a stunning beauty. Reviews below are for their 2013 release Nowhere, Now Here.