Folks! Tickets are now on sale for our 2011 launch featuring Amateur Transplants, Dr Martin Austwick and Steve Mould. There will be music! There will be science! It’s going to be ace! Full guide to artists here >>>
Thursday 10th March, 7.30pm
Wilton’s Music Hall, Graces Alley, London (nearest tube: Aldgate East)
And massive thanks to our sponsors Graphic Science.Please note: online ticket sales will end at 12pm on Thursday 10th March. You can also buy on the door. Keep an eye on Twitter or Facebook if you will be arriving late and want to check availability.
Happy news, dear geeks! We have confirmed the venue and acts for our 2011 live event, which will launch the Geek Pop 2011 virtual festival.
You will, of course, be thrilled to know that we will be showcasing the many extraordinary scientific and musical talents of:
on Thursday 10th March, at Wilton’s, the world’s oldest grand music hall.
But let’s not forget what it’s all about: the launch event is only the beginning. We’ll be kicking off a whole week’s worth of celebrations, involving a specially selected bunch of 20 artists performing songs about science across four virtual stages. Lots of them are writing songs *just for us*! WE CAN’T WAIT!
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Happy New Year! This month in the podcast we get to grips with The Future, both technologically and science… fictionally, as we discuss dystopian futures, the many forms the coming apocalypse could take and what albums we’d want with us on a space trip.
The crew has finally entered the digital era, with some new sound recording equipment, but do bear with us as we haven’t quite figured it all out yet.
Conversely, this month’s live session is from the distant past – the other half of a live session recorded by Spirit of Play in March 2010. (See the March 2010 live session for the first half).
The January Spotify playlist is here. But if you want to download the tracks on iTunes, click on the links below.
Live session: M – Spirit of Play (listen here)
Subscribe to our podcast feed through iTunes or Google. It’s like, totally free. That’s not all though. You’ll also receive a bunch of free music downloads from our previous festivals. And if you’re looking for the online archive, it’s here.
You can also get this podcast on MixCloud, including full-length tracks. But for a downloadable version, stick to iTunes.