Space Robot Scientists
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Space Robot Scientists

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The best kept secret in music

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"Punknet Live Review"

"SRS plays quirky, funky disco-esque aggressive music with a drum machine, keyboards, punk bass and guitar and Andre singing about Sanitizing the Universe and telling his doctor to go fuck himself. Matt Dallow looks like a mad scientist on keyboards with curly hair that covers his eyes. Andre, dances about robotically and plays guitar like he didn't pay for it and isn't afraid of breaking it. [Sean], the bass player strums quirky bass lines that are whimsically punk along with invisible other half of his rhythm section. Their songs are fun and catchy, and they are a blast to see live. It's nice to see punk music branch out into uncommon instruments and songwriting styles. The Scientist's progressive style might not win them immediate favor with the local punk elite, but in time, they will be the pioneers of their very own genre.

punknet.com - live review
- Punknet.com


"Long Island Voice"

"theirs is futurism with a human touch, in which minimalist drum programs and synth strains are tempered with spiky new-wave surf guitars and commanding vocals that waver halfway between pleading melodrama and sneering attitude.

Long Island Voice - review of "At Home With Machines"
- Long Island Voice


"Newsday"

"...there's something appealing about SRS' goofy take on techno and Nu-Wave."

Newsday - review of "At Home With Machines"
- Newsday


"Newsday 2"

"...the album stomps through the cortex..."

-Newsday review of "We've Got a Time Machine"
- Newsday


"Under The Volcano"

"Space Robot Scientists is a trio of marginally sane techno-geeks from the island that mix programmed beats with live guitar. The opening track, "Colin Ferguson" is my fave here because the spastic guitar riff veers nearly out of control over a dance beat."

Under The Volcano - review of "We've Got a Time Machine" - Under The Volcano


Discography

At Home With Machines CDR - 1998
We've Got A Time Machine CD - 2001
Aggro Disco CD - 2004

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Bio

Space Robot Scientists, from Long Island, New York was formed in early 1998 by Matt and Andre,
originally as a duo. The two high school friends, influenced by bands such as Talking Heads, Joy
Division, Devo, and PiL, decided to form a modernized, post-punk influenced, electronic rock group to
confront the active, pop-punk and emo saturated Long Island indie scene.
Later joined by Sean, who became their full time bassist, the band played almost 200 shows from 1998
to 2004. With venues ranging from hipster Manhattan bars and Warehouse parties, to Youth Centers,
and Juvenile Detention centers, the band is always eager to put 110% of their energy into a live show
that can’t be missed.