5th album and first to be pressed for vinyl from the Indie group Venture Lift, featuring artwork by James Marsh.
Venture Lift arose from the imagination of Stanton Warren who is an original member of the independent Canadian Shoegaze and early drone group Inner Sound Accelerator (ISA) who performed between 1995-1999 in St. Catharines and Toronto, Ontario.
A native of New York State. After the breakup of ISA he began recording original material resulting in Venture Lift's debut LP-CD entitled “Futuretoreal" (2007) and the follow-up "Tower of Spacious Karma" (2011) featuring collaborations with Ingrid Sertso and Sterling Roswell, were released on the Detroit space rock label Mind Expansion Records run by Randall Nieman of the group Füxa.
"A Room In A Grand Hotel" released in (2014) features the studio engineering work of Ted Orr and collaborations with Michael Esposito of The Blues Magoos, and Mackenzie Parker. It also features several tracks cut with the live line-up of the group at the time, Ash Umhey on bass/lead guitar, and Ben Vita on drums, and was recorded and mixed at Sertso Studio in Woodstock NY.
2017 brought the return of Venture Lift's fourth full length LP "Street of Mirrors" with collaborations with Ben Vita, John Penner, Eli Winograd and Alan Silverman as well as production with John Boldt of ahimsa1970 on several tracks. "Street" was recorded by Ted Orr and Eli Winograd who mixed and mastered it at Lone Pine Road studio. The album also features the artwork of James Marsh, designer for the "Tower" and "Room" albums as well.