S.T.A.R.W.O.O.D.

S.T.A.R.W.O.O.D.

Sociopathic Time Altering Robot Warrior Of Organic Design (S.T.A.R.W.O.O.D):

Named and designed after what would become the Human religious concept of “The Archangel,” Gabriel Starwood was created by the Vitruvians as “a man-machine and master manipulator,” capable of entering and controlling the Human body. This android's ability to garner earthly avatars is achieved through its self-replicating nanite infused sperm, providing total control over any and all who come in contact with its ejaculate.

Accompanied by a small, yet crucial team of Vitruvian Androids, the Propaganda Performance module of the S.T.A.R.W.O.O.D. mission has taken form as a “Cyber Rock” quintet. Raising the awareness of mankind for the sake of the cosmos, a typical S.T.A.R.W.O.O.D. performance centers on the values of the Vitruvian species, their eventual destruction at the hands of the expansionist hordes, and the S.T.A.R.W.O.O.D. prototype’s mass manipulation of the Human race.

The quintet is comprised of a classical pianist, an effected bass guitar, an analog synthesizer, looped and effected vocals, and drums. Theatrical in presentation, primal in execution, and psychedelic in nature, the resulting sound is comparable to that of a woolly mammoth being downed by laser-spears, falling face first into a pagan orgy.

F. WOODS & THE FELLOW HUMANS

F. Woods tucks songwriting and storytelling into a bed of punk rock, folk-lore, surf-math, western twang, jazz guitar, and whatever else he feels like cramming in there at any given point. If the characters in his songs ever came to life, they'd probably tie him to a chair and take turns backhanding his face while passing around a jar of grain alcohol. He tends to put them in bizarre, often sinister situations allowing nature to take its course. It's fine. They're not real... Funny thing about folk. It doesn't take much work to make it punk. With that in mind, he and his new line up The Fellow Humans are spicing up his 2015 folk album "Found on Road Dead" by making it louder, faster, and a lot more angry. They're also throwing in some new tunes and maybe a classic punk cover or two. Download the album below and keep your ears peeled for a new one in 2018.

BUNNY SAVAGE & THE PLIBMEN

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