Someday in the future, we'll be space pirates together. [more inside]
In an attempt to introduce themselves to their interstellar neighbors, the denizens of the human planet launch a series of long-ranged probes broadcasting information about their cultures, histories, technologies, and sciences. [more inside]
Here's a theme I wrote for an online SciFi Series soon to be live. http://arieljramos.com
This song highlights one of the possible dangers of crashing one's ship on a planet inhabited by a totally alien species. I recorded this a few years ago, deciding only recently to mix it down. It features a reklus-modified Korg DDD-1.
A rough work in progress. 134 BPM slinky melodic techno. [more inside]
Kinda moody, kinda sci fi hip hop with a lot of synthesizers and reverb and stuff. [more inside]
Song about the times between the expansion and contraction of the universe. Some quotes lifted from BSG. [more inside]
90's style screamo/emotional hardcore inspired by Isaac Asimov's Nightfall
Answering machine message of the Borg Collective
I decided that God Particle's 1988 needed lyrics, so I added some text-to-speech from Phoenix's Last Transmission From Mars. Everything is better with sad robots! [more inside]
Part one of a three part sci-fi inspired thing.
Context: For those who haven't heard it, the previous album (Will the Moon Explode in ... the 23rd Century?) is about mysterious problems with the moon that seem to indicate impending disaster. At the end of the album we have treated the symptoms but are uncertain as to whether or not we have cured the moon. [more inside]
This is the first song off our new album, The Continuing Adventures of the 23rd Century in ... The 23rd Century. [more inside]
This is a song about a decommissioned Killbot, forced to work in a kitchen baking and whatnot. He is pretty angry about it. [more inside]
Watching too many movies lately. More here.