Jeff Keyson doesn't seem to do a whole lot of self-promotion, but there is an album, See You Around, on Spotify, and there also seems to be music available for purchase via iTunes and Amazon, though not the same songs.
I have primarily been listening to the See You Around album, and it's pretty good. The opening track, "No Hesitation, No Reservations" starts off as fairly straightforward alternative rock, as do "Tale Of History" and "See You Around" with their strong intros. Interestingly, though, a lot of the other tracks end up with a more techno sound.
They don't completely lose the alternative rock sound, but cadences and patterns come in that seem inspired by dance and hip hop, where it seems like the songs could do well in a club setting too, without necessarily being of the club. Listen to the machine beat and effects on "So Long" for an example of that, or the vocal patterns on "How The World Goes Around".
My favorite is "No Hesitation, No Reservations", which reminds me a bit of Foxboro Hottubs. That being said, I wanted to mention "Face In The Crowd", which may be the most interesting. It has the most explicit content, with some profanity and drug references, which it uses in telling the story of someone searching for fame and being thoroughly disillusioned. I was initially put off by it, interpreting it as judgmental. On additional listening I feel like there is some depth and understanding in the telling. I hope that following creative desires hasn't been too much of a downer.