Oh my. Wasn’t some local entrepreneur going to print up some PDX spirit-co-opting “Keep Eureka Weird” stickers at some point? I swear I heard that. Yeah, those might be superflous at this point. Because Space Biscuit.
In the latest Humboldt Live Sessions clip, the self proclaimed “extraterrestrial punk” trio invades Eureka’s Discovery Museum for a performance of their song “Hip Hopera” — a let’s-just-safely-go-with-“experimental” synth-laden hip hop/operatic ditty about Godzilla. Why the Discovery Museum? Um. Well, it’s always educational to expose kids to other cultures and languages and you’ll note that “Hip Hopera” features rarely heard Godzilla speak. See? Discovery!
If this taste of Space Biscuit leaves you hungry for seconds, the group will do the thing that they do to the Bar-Fly Pub and Grub on Saturday, May 18. Prepare thyself.
Humboldt Live Sessions music videos are produced by Chuck Johnson and feature local/travelin’-through musicians in non-traditionally musical Humboldt locations.
Previous Humboldt Live Sessions:
- The Blackberry Bushes Stringband II
- Front Country with Melody Walker
- Poeina Suddarth
- The Lost Luvs
- Green and Lilac
- Rooster McClintock
- Water Tower
- Cyber Camel
- Joe Capoccia
- Josephine Johnson
- O.C., Gary and Mike
- Lyndsey Battle
- Caitlin Jemma
- Cory Goldman and Colin Vance
- The Blackberry Bushes Stringband
- The 51 Cards
- Todd Krider