A while ago I started a side project to turn some ideas I had for songs from the world of science into musical form. This saw the light of day as Professor Karmadillo, and resulted in the album Giant Leaps. I have now decided to turn this into a more full time project, which sees […]
A first Professor Karmadillo recording of the new year is now up and available to listen to on our Soundcloud page. Note: this page has been updated to feature the latest version! Karmadillo & Singing Science · Variations On A Gene
Catch the latest video from Professor Karmadillo – a song about the rovers crawling around the surface of Mars. Watch it and pay attention to the David Bowie influenced lyrics here! Verse It ain’t no godawaful small affair being a robot sent to MarsYou ain’t a girl with mousy hair; You’re a one tonne remote […]
So now you can check out full details of music mini-lecture performances as Professor Karmadillo around the land over the next couple of months at the Professor Karmadillo website – but here’s the synopsis of dates before Christmas! 18 Nov 2011 – 19:30 Science and Verse, Swaffham 22 Nov 2011 – 19:00 Norwich Arts Centre […]
Playing a gig in an interesting old building with lots of history (keeping the river free of pollution from the late 1890s to 1968), you can help support the museum that was saved from demolition after it closed in 1968 and has been run mainly by volunteers, on a low budget, ever since. The day […]
So the first Professor Karmadillo gig will happen on October 3rd at The Portland Arms, Cambridge. It will be as opening support – and ironically this first gig is on a night featuring another bands last. After 4 albums and however many years The Vichy Government are stopping. The night will have films, a fez […]
I’m proud to unveil the logo for Professor Karmadillo, my musical science project. It was drawn my Miss Roberts, who also conceptualised Snout, the main Karmadillo mascot.
I’ll be on Cambridge105 Radio on Monday afternoon playing a few songs and talking about busking and Professor Karmadillo! Its on 105FM in Cambridge and listenable to online!
lyrics for a songabout the Higgs-Bosonare the hardest ones I’ve had to write to hear it when its donehere is the Facebook page uponyou can click the button saying ‘LIKE’! Update: Obviously this now refers to Singing Science! And as well as Facebook, Twitter, TikTok, Instagram etc.
A sciency set to be appearing 3pm on Saturday 20th August at The Green Man Festival! Appearing alongside Helen Arney and Jonny Berliner.