Episode 248: Music Week with Valentine Wolfe and The Extraordinary Contraptions

Episode 248!  

FULL DISCLOSURE:  This episode was supposed to be posted over a month ago, but unfortunately Giddygeeker has been battling with health issues and post-Gala fatigue.  So we beg forgiveness!

For this music week, we reviewed The Haunting of Mary Shelley by Valentine Wolfe and En Absynthia by The Extraordinary Contraptions

You can click the album name above to listen to each album on Bandcamp – or click the player below to listen to it right here!

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About Valentine Wolfe

(stolen from Bandcamp)

Two classically trained musicians combining ambient solo bass, brutal distortion, electronica, and 18th century opera to tell a story of the macabre.

The Haunting of Mary Shelley by Valentine Wolfe

About The Extraordinary Contraptions

(stolen from Bandcamp)

Part lover’s caress, part pugilist’s fist, songs of THE EXTRAORDINARY CONTRAPTIONS are sonic space-time adventures. This patent-medicine man, time-traveler, gentleman explorer, and madman advance the steampunk rock movement with 2012 album The Time Traveler’s Constant, employing danceable prog rock and Victorian aesthetics in genre-bending, aggressive-waltzing stories of steam and strife.

En Absynthia by The Extraordinary Contraptions

Originally recorded 10/24/18

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