Looking for music that takes you on a phenomenal odyssey to the far reaches of music? Let the Phenomenauts be your guide!
For more than ten years, the Phenomenauts have been making music that blends genres, defies convention and bedazzles audiences
with its inventiveness, magnetism and uncanny ability to get people dancing. As the Phenomenauts gear up for their latest
series of shows, they're anxious to share their latest work and introduce new audiences to their wild brand of music that
is cosmically cool. Score Phenomenauts concert tickets
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It isn't often astrophysicists have new-wave punk songs dedicated to them. But very few astrophysicists are as cool as
Neil deGrasse Tyson, which is why sci-fi-inspired rockers the Phenomenauts recorded their killer new track I'm With Neil.
The new song applauds the brainiac for his contributions to science and to the art of being cool, something the Phenomenauts
are quite familiar with. Such a brilliant song with a quirky beat and atypical hero could only come from musicians as daring
and deft as the Phenomenauts. Already a YouTube sensation, I'm With Neil is even better live, so get your tickets to see the
Phenomenauts play their homage to the coolest cats in science live onstage!
There's only one band that can claim to play music that spans across the universe and is inspired by the stars. The Phenomenauts
perform a science fiction-laden mix of punk rock, garage and new wave that comes together to create a sound that's all their
own and out of this world. Their enigmatic music with captivating antics and theatrics culminate in a message that is a call
to arms to defenders of science and honor across the galaxy.
Born at the turn of the millennium, the Phenomenauts quickly earned recognition as one of the Bay Area's craftiest and
bravest band for their now infamous guerilla-style performances in which they would set themselves up in front of large music
venues and perform feverish sets powered by car batteries for unsuspecting crowds. These early flash concerts landed them
on the cover of multiple Bay Area publications and earned the band a reputation for playing amazing music and not playing
by the rules and playing for the people.
On top of the riveting music of the Phenomants, their live shows are widely known as some of the most eccentric and wild
in the business, when the band proudly displays their ever-evolving arsenal of homemade gadgets. The Theramatic Helmerator
contains a wireless device that creates science fiction sounds reminiscent of old Star Trek episodes. The Streamerator, manned
by Professor Greg Arius, blasts rolls of toilet paper out into the audience. Clouds of fog envelop the crowd while rockets
launch from the Rocketerator. Inflatable models of Earth even hover above the band as they play crowd favorite Earth is the
Best using technology from the Smithsonian. These cleverly crafted devices add to the mystique and thrilling stage presence
of the band and are just some of the gems one can expect in the live spectacle that is a Phenomenauts show. Purchase rock tickets from StubHub to be there at the next
Phenomenauts show for a concert you'll never forget!