The new album is available to download through the links below!
“Shrill Spectre” is the first Scientific Maps full-length in 6 years. Some of the songs on the album were conceived around 2010, while most of the others are very new. The album was surreptitiously recorded in various abandoned homes in Albany, NY and in old, run-down graveyards in Brooklyn. Most of the sounds on the album were made by Aaron, but some special guests appear, including Jason Martin, Donna Baird, and the enigmatical Schenectady band, the Reflective Strangers. The themes explored and the eerie interludes harken back to the first Scientific Maps release, “Get off the Moon,” as do the lo-fi recording methods. Research indicates the new album is perfect for listening to while driving late at night down dimly lit tree lined roads, at rooftop barbecue parties held during thunderstorms, googling “what to do when a seance has gone very wrong,” getting ready for a night out skulking in damp caves, or just dancing alone in your cell. What are you waiting for? Go get it. Thank you and listen carefully.
I don’t know what compelled me to record nearly note for note a song by a band that was parodying the Beatles nearly note for note. It’s a copy of a copy of a copy. ENJOY!!! original song by the Rutles
in a somewhat belated celebration of the 20th anniversary of the album, ‘Bee Thousand’
another track from the forthcoming full-length album. it’s a sad one. thanks for listening.
another track from the forthcoming full-length album. i hope it’s up your alley. cool. you’re the greatest