Back on the horse! Here's a song I wrote and recorded tonight. The idea was a laid-back, french café sort of sounding tune. It's about interstellar exploration. [more inside]
MeFi Music, I'd like to introduce you to some new friends--the tank drum and waterphone. I believe you already know another companion, the musical saw--or, as I like to call it, the acoustic Theremin. [more inside]
Turns out, a wall of text you can hardly pronounce and don't understand is easier to read in a single take when you sing it. [more inside]
Track 3 from our new RPM Entry, we dive headfirst into the creepy-as-fuck territory. Special guest Fred on vox. [more inside]
Presenting the opening volley from Demons of Gyrophonia's new album, for the 2012 RPM Challenge, Searching for Dual-Projecting Interneurons that May Contribute to Spinal Turtle Behavior. Previously. [more inside]
Just a worthless little ditty, in response to some hilarious comments in a thread over at MeTa. Said comments start here. I'm working on an accompanying video: something involving a dancing merengue dog, wearing a powdered wig...
A rock ode to the bat that clung to the Space Shuttle Discovery. Thoughts? [more inside]
For all the hip-hop fans hiding in the tall grass around the perimeter of MeFi Music. [more inside]
In 1921, Nobel laureate chemist and physicist Marie Curie was touring the United States when she finally succumbed to the inevitable effects of a lifetime of exposure to exotic forms of radiation, growing suddenly to almost forty feet in total height in less than a week... [more inside]
Here's an attempt to cover O Superman without copying it; no synths, no vocoders, no sampling or looping. [more inside]
Science makes me horny. [more inside]
Sung by The Infamous Benny Hill, this one is an ode to a female scientist he knows.
Science fiction rap, Mefi references [more inside]
I wanted to end the 23rd Century song posts on an upnote, so here ya go. This is also our Queen tribute, so be ready for my bad Brian May impersonation. Sorry for posting so much, I hope it hasn't been too irritating.
Another track from the new 23rd Century Album, and because you demanded it, one more song after this one. You can DL the whole album for free from our website.
The second song from the new 23rd Century album. This one is written by The Platypus.
The first song off of the new 23rd Century album - "Will The Moon Explode In...The 23rd Century?" The entire album (and our first album, as well) can be downloaded here.