Jellyfish meets Jethro Tull? Aimee Mann meets ELO? or ELP for that matter. Dreaming In Stereo has a style the band calls Progressive Pop. Dreaming In Stereo is the brainchild of Fernando Perdomo, the accolade-laden lead guitarist for the eclectic modern rock super-group Transcendence The band's self-titled debut album, Dreaming In Stereo, shows that Perdomo is himself also a multi-talented singer-songwriter - along with being one of the most revered and innovative guitarists and multi-instrumentalist in the alt-rock radio world. Perdomo is also a highly in-demand session musician and the Dreaming In Stereo project helps him make music that more personally defines who he is. It's a happy marriage of Power Pop and catchy 70s era Art Rock. The album features eleven instantly classic sounding power pop tunes with the addition of some wildly creative and frenetic guitar playing woven through them that can either take your breath away or get you up out of your chair. It is easy to get under your skin and nearly impossible to get out of your head.