Splashdown The classically trained members in Splashdown logically got together in the academic mecca of Boston in 1997. EManager and artist Cynthia Von Buhler guided the trio from her own Castle Von Buhler record label to Glen Ballard1s Java Records imprint in 1998. ETheir CVB releases Halfworld and Stars And Garters garnered airplay at the influential Boston radio stations WBCN and WFNX as well as rave reviews in several national magazines. EThe Redshift EP, the inaugural Java release featuring Melissa Kaplan (vocals), Adam Buhler (guitar/bass) and Kasson Crooker (programming/keyboards) led to the nation hearing Splashdown in the hit television shows Charmed and Angel. EAnyone who didn1t set their VCRs could have seen the band on last summer1s Lilith Fair. EThis summer should find Splashdown on the road in support of their new album, Blueshift. "Karma Slave" was the first song recorded for the film as Ballard felt the band1s futuristic, experimental style fit the movie1s tone. EIt was recorded during the final sessions for the upcoming Blueshift release.