Hear ROBOTANISTS on Wuthering High!

Check out the new movie, WUTHERING HIGH on Lifetime to hear our song “Getting By” (from the album CLOSE DOWN THE WOODS)! Check your local listings, or stream it online!

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“Getting By” also appears on our 12″ vinyl CURRENT available online at our official store!

Live tracks from the studio…

We recently stopped by the HOUSE OF ROCK to do a live session presented by Hunnypot Unlimited and Blue Microphones. We played a few songs, old and new and snapped a few pics while we were there.  Check out this exclusive live track from the session!
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(Photos & Cinematography by Olivia Hemaratanatorn  // dontmeanmaybe.com)

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These live tracks, fan requested covers and a few PLANS IN PROGRESS B-sides will appear on our album SOUVENIRS, coming out soon!
COMING SOON: SOUVENIRS cover art

LIVE FROM THE HOUSE OF ROCK 2012!

We’ve spent the last a few months in hiding, working on new music and roaming the globe,  but, we’re happy to say we’re back for one night only!

Join us tonight for a live recording session from 

THE HOUSE OF ROCK

presented by Blue Microphones & Hunnypot Music  

LISTEN LIVE…

5 – 8 pm pst (Live set @ 6 pm pst)

Go to the Hunnypot Unlimited website, click on the Hunnypot Radio page, and look for the EXTERNAL PLAYER link.

WATCH LIVE…

Go to Ustream through the Hunnypot Facebook page.
or ASK QUESTIONS LIVE via twitter to @JAHunnypot

 

“WHAT IS THE HOUSE OF ROCK?” YOU ASK…

 The House of Rock features a $3.5 million studio designed by Grammy Award-winning music engineer and producer Jack Joseph Puig and Tyler Barth, with a series of drop glass light pendants hang above a curving, snake-skin patterned sofa, and ceilings soundproofed with cottons and silks designed to evoke a piano keyboard. (oh la la)

 

The recording studio has been decorated with drop-glass light pendants and soundproofing panels in cottons and silks, but the studio's technical capabilities are what pushed the estimated cost to $3.5 million, Culotti said.

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