Quetzalcoatlus

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Nuclear Gandhi were a short-lived experimental electronic side project of Texas noise-punk group Shapeshitters - their sole album, 12 AM On The Vomit Clock (1990), is currently out of print.
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When I made album artwork for the "rarities" album Experimental Dandelion Farm, I accidentally included the text "2000-2018" instead of "2010-2018". I thought it would be funny if, instead of just fixing the cover, I uploaded something actually…read more
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These lyrics are quite old - I originally wrote them about 10 years ago in the form of a "poem", in order to troll a vanity publisher. I always wanted to set them to music, and they happened to fit the drum loop and harmonica piece I was working on.
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A Pink Floyd tribute of sorts.
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Started in early January, not completed until just now. I tried not to go too overboard with the vocal samples on this album.
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Completed on the anniversary of the 2011 Boston bomb scare, so I had to title it with an Aqua Teen Hunger Force reference.
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I was sort of inspired by Suicide here... And like a lot of times I try to imitate a certain artist, I ended up with something that doesn't really sound like them at all. The section where the percussion gets kind of glitchy was originally the…
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It's just one of my favorite songs, I have to save it here.
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These lyrics are quite old - I originally wrote them about 10 years ago in the form of a "poem", in order to troll a vanity publisher. I always wanted to set them to music, and they happened to fit the drum loop and harmonica piece I was working on.
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This song was written after I had watched a documentary about Jonestown, which featured music from their choir. They were very talented and I couldn't help wondering if any of them had survived. I'd like to think that there were a couple of 'em…read more
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my little dirty remix of the proods Dr. Pepsi's Death Cult Glee Club guest vocals by random homeless guy walking by i love the proods
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Sitting around in my shop a couple of days ago with the Goodall and the Zoom H4N. First time I've really messed with using the internal mics on the H4N in multitrack mode
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This was made with the help of the dinosaur-obsessed Laura Turner who wrote the lyrics, and Chris Harrison who played the blistering guitar solo \m/
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I wrote these lyrics in a few minutes on a bus ride home, then quickly set them to a backing of hammerhead drum loops and stylophone. I may go ahead and make a full vocal album/EP in this "synth punk" sort of vein (maybe also with a few slower…
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fudgetusk said

Love the beat and the raspy metabeat

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I deliberately made it unclear whether it's "I'm leaving you" or "I believe in you" (originally, it was the latter)>
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fudgetusk said

great tune

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This is a song about someone who always needs you to bail them out of trouble, but never repays you.
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fudgetusk said

good stuff

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A song about riding a train, in the style of early synth pop.
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Jason H. Austin said

neeto!

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fudgetusk said

creeepy. dig it.

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My name’s Mike, and I’ve been making weird electronic music since 2000.

from Boston, US

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