Improvisational electronic duo EOTO has reportedly dissolved due to “irreconcilable creative differences,” according to a post on the group’s Facebook page. The group consists of The String Cheese Incident drummer Michael Travis and auxiliary percussionist Jason Hann.
The brief noticed posted on EOTO’s Facebook reads,
Hi guys! We hope everyone is thriving in these uncertain times. What a life changing passage this has been! We have recently had numerous questions about when we might appear again and we wanted to clear that up. Due to irreconcilable creative differences we will no longer be appearing as EOTO. Thank you for all your love and support over the years! What an amazing and beautiful ride! We will cherish this chapter forever!
Travis and Hann have shared the stage together in SCI since the latter joined the group in 2004. Two years later, the two rhythm-makers joined together to form EOTO, which stood for “End of Time Observatory.” Since then, the group has been a staple of music festivals across the country, even when SCI was not on the lineup.
Following a self-induced hiatus at the end of 2019 and the ensuing pandemic-induced hiatus in 2020, The String Cheese Incident is back on the road, having just completed a five-night run across Colorado. The post from EOTO did not reference Hann and Travis’ continued involvement in The String Cheese Incident, which is scheduled to mount a two-night run at Berkley’s Greek Theatre August 6th–7th.
For a full list of SCI tour dates, visit the band’s website. See the full post from the EOTO page below.