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zondag, mei 06, 2012

GeekDad HipTrax #87 (GeekDad Weekly Rewind)

GeekDad HipTrax Logo by Dave Banks

GeekDad HipTrax Logo by Dave Banks

GeekDad HipTrax is back with another episode dedicated to giving you a whole lot of music with a nigh unbelievable price tag! Check out awesome (and thriftily priced) jams like:

?This Sword? by the modrats

York, South Carolina?s the modrats bring a healthy dose of punk to the ever-expanding world of geek rock. Their latest, Huzzah!, is a 15-track powerhouse of nerd hymns about everything from gaming to high fantasy that?s available for whatever you?d care to pay.

?Con Rave Two Step? by Ultraklystron

Karl Olson?s newest collection of anime- and fandom-inspired rhymes is dubbed Animatic after the traditional storyboarding process used in animation. It is available as a 22-track free download, or you can elect to pick up the deluxe 38-track editionfor a mere $9.

?Escape from L.A.? by Shrimps

John Carpenter, the son of a music professor, composed the minimalist scores for many of his own films out of necessity. Netlabel Pterodactyl Squad recently paid homage to many of these phenomenally atmospheric lo-fi creations with their free-to-download chiptune album It?s All in the Reflexes ? A John Carpenter Tribute.

Want to hear more? Subscribe to the GeekDad podcast in iTunes (see the button on the sidebar), or directly through the RSS feed. You can also download GeekDad HipTrax #87 via this link.

The HipTrax theme song was created by Snake Eyes. His honey-dipped tracks are cheap at twice the price.

This article, by Z, was originally published on Wednesday.


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