We recently wrote and performed some songs for the film “The Brass Teapot,” directed by Ramaa Mosley and starring Juno Temple and Michael Angarano. The movie comes out this weekend in LA and New York. We need your support. Get out and see the film if you can and encourage your friends to do so! How well it does the first weekend will determine how long it stays in theaters. Click the poster above to get information on where the film is playing this weekend.
Geologists, Geophysicists and Earth Science enthusiasts around the globe have made “The Geologists Are Coming” our most downloaded track ever, surpassing “Cosmology, Your Futon, and You.” To Earth Science enthusiasts: there will be more geology to come! (As a matter of fact, we have many more geo songs already written that have yet to be recorded. Many will be featured in a video series which we are slowly, painstakingly, and enthusiastically working on.) ONWARD!
Yesterday (Nov. 1st) was Alfred Wegener’s birthday. He also died in the month of November in the year 1930 (actual day unknown since he died in a blizzard while on a meteorological expedition to Greenland). A moment of silence, please, for Mr. Wegener. Then watch the video and rock out.
Tired of recordings that sound too good? So are we! That’s why we’ve decided to release our Laboratory Mix Tapes as a free download. Here you’ll find 8 tracks recorded live directly onto an analog cassette tape recorder in the M51 Records Laboratory, producing a unique effect we like to call “bad audio quality.” The EP includes three new Amoeba People tracks plus old favorites. Click the photo above to download your copy. Onward!
On this day in 1773, Charles Messier discovered the M51 Galaxy. So in honor of M51 Day, M51 Records and The Amoeba People are offering our entire catalog of digital tunes for FREE! Onward! Proceed here: http://theamoebapeople.bandcamp.com/
Human friends, we recently did some music for the film “The Brass Teapot,” starring Juno Temple and Michael Angarano, which premiered at Toronto International Film Festival and was picked up by Magnolia Pictures. It will be released in the Spring. Help build some early buzz for the film by going to the film’s facebook page and “liking” it. Click the text above or the picture below to go to their facebook page. Onward!!!!!
Who knew Marie and Pierre Curie were so convivial when they discovered radium?