Terrible Spaceship retro futurist dance music

There aren't many bands that claim to be equally influenced by Danny Elfman, Portishead and Orson and H.G. Welles, but that's the mix that Terrible Spaceship strives for on its self-titled debut, a mix of atmospheric trip-hop grooves and crackling audio snippets lifted from Orson Welles' "War of the Worlds" broadcast. A mash-up of down-beat drums, radio static and electronic noise that sounds like DJ Shadow remixing an episode of "The Twilight Zone." -Chicago Tribune

Contact: terriblespaceship@mac.com

We don't know quite to aptly describe the performance by our pals Terrible Spaceship. They seem to nail it best when they call themselves, "multimedia ambient synthetic horror pop." Their unique mix of audio and video is a surreal experience but also a hell of a good time." -Chicagoist

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Travis Chandler


Photos by Bob Johnston and Hex Hernandez

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