Illustration-by-Markus-Lovadina-feature Space Music: Siliconversion, Unit Black Flight

It’s high time for another Space Music update. First up, we have a brand new entry in The 2999 Project, an ongoing initiative from King Deluxe records to present dreams of a dawning 31st century through music, art and the

tesla-feature Space Music: Tesla’s Hotel Room

Even if HBO’s original series “True Detective” wasn’t the best show on television right now, I think we’d still have to give it props for that amazing opening credit sequence. The visuals capture the sense of a gritty, Louisiana noir

Santiago-Vecino---Creating-a-God-feature Space Music: Creating a God (The 2999 Project)

Here’s a brand new entry in The 2999 Project, an ongoing initiative from King Deluxe records to present dreams of a dawning 31st century through music, art and the written word. The above image comes form the mind of Uruguay’s 

pyecorneraudio-feature Space Music: Pye Corner Audio

As some of you might be aware, the city of Atlanta was crippled these last few days by some unseasonal snowfall. Trapped in my home, I credit Pye Corner Audio for my continued sanity. I’ve been a fan of the

silentrunningrobots-feature Space Music: ‘Silent Running’

Douglas Trumbull’s “Silent Running” is one of those films that really sticks with you. Steeped in 1970s environmentalism, the film follows the world’s last treehugger as he fight’s to save Earth’s last trees. Only these trees arn’t even on Earth

spacevideostill Space Music: ‘I’m Aquarius’ by Metronomy

I’ve been meaning to post this video ever since the good Peter Krahn sent it to me last month. The track comes to us from British electronic group Metronomy and all the cosmic visuals take place under the direction of

galaxysong-feature Space Music: Monty Python’s ‘Galaxy Song’

Leave it to Monty Python (and more specifically Eric Idle) to so succinctly sum up humanity’s tiny place in the known universe. Their 1983 film “The Meaning of Life” contains a number of sureal, hilarious, disgusting and troubling sketches on

APart-feature Uncanny Music: Journey into ‘La Porta Ermetica’

Ever since our podcast episode “The Science of Uncanny Music,” I’ve felt obligated to share whatever dark, synth-laden sounds creep their way into my study at night. So I’m thrilled to share with you Alessandro Parisi’s “La Porta Ermetica,” available

gaga-feature Space Music: Lady Gaga, Ben Allison

It’s been a while since we’ve talked Space Music, so let’s get right down to business: In a move that should surprise no one, Lady GaGa intends to grab an early Virgin Galactic flight with her entourage and perform in

WaroftheWorlds-feature Space Music: War of the Worlds, Halloween Music

Am I overdoing it with the music stuff this Halloween? Maybe. But I can’t NOT do a space music post about this latest Solid Steel mix from Ollie Teeba of The Herbaliser. Why? Because the entire mix revolves around a

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