Artist Chad Essey sez, "I'm auctioning some animation frames from the music video for Shudders I created for MC Frontalot's Question Bedtime album, with proceeds to the Electronic Frontier Foundation." Read the rest
Foreverrr is an insane, lewd, lacivious, profane and obscene delight of a concept album about the romance between a lonely ghost and a grandmotherly sexbot who's taken up residence in a haunted house. It features songs about all five Ghostbusters (including Tully), as well as nods to Wednesday Addams and The Shining (it's also got a ton of silliness about Luigi, french fries, and dating woes).
Ultimately, though, as the liner notes say, "it's also about letting go of the past, letting go of your anger, letting go of people you love." Amid all the supernatural sex-jokes and fat beats, MC Chris slides a lot of poignant, autobiographical material about coming to grips with his alcoholic father, and learning how to cope with his anger rather than taking it out on hecklers at his shows.
One of the Ghostbusters tracks, 58.9, was released early as a memorial to Harold Ramis, and a fan made a rather good video for it.
The album ships on Tuesday: $25 gets you two CDs in sleeves; $45 gets you a tri-fold CD case and a t-shirt; and $65 gets you the tri-fold case, a hoodie, stickers, a poster, a tote and a button.
MC Frontalot sez, "At long last, here's the third of three videos from my album Solved that were funded by fans via Kickstarter. It was directed by Carly Monardo and features my nerdcore rap compatriots ZeaLouS1 and Dr. Awkward. Lyrics and credits are on the youtube page. The single is out today, too, and it's free at frontalot.com.
MC Frontalot - I'll Form The Head [OFFICIAL VIDEO] (Thanks, Frontalot!) Read the rest
Bright-colored robotic space rhinoceri that we pilot — why? 'Cause they're in supply. Plus, we heed the cry of our planet's population to defend them. We report to battle stations! Split screen — ready! — and our rhinos are rocket ships with fully articulated tusk, jaws, and hips. They come equipped with individual special attacks, none with a lack (but a couple a little bit slack). I'm not naming any pilot specifically, but we're all color coded so you notice that typically I (in the gold) lead the charge, do the most damage to whatever very giant space invader managed to threaten the globe in yet another of our episodes. This week? Malevolent galactic nematode! Already beat up the squad when we faced him. I'm calling it: let's form a giant robot and waste him.
The incomparable MC Frontalot sez, "The second video extravaganza from my overfunded Kickstarter is Stoop Sale, a chilling tale of indecision and loss presented in cheerful all-puppet format. This is my first song about living in New York, which is something rappers seem to make songs about pretty often, but I've only just gotten around to it. Because it is a nerdcore song, the actual topic is my attempted purchase of a mystical item on the street corner in front of my apartment building in Brooklyn. This serves as the latest single from my recent album, Solved. Hi-def quicktime, MP3, and AAC files are all available free at frontalot.com."
I've been giving this a spin this morning and it's definitely vintage Frontalot -- I love "Captains of Industry," a great track about how every nerdcore rapper is really in the t-shirt business.