Experimental Fractal Math Music Pioneer Xeno Giraffe Releases Electro-Symphonic Rock Sci-fi Epic
Experimental music pioneer Xeno Giraffe returns after eight years to release the double album Dinosaur UFOs: Episode One "Wolfmen from Outer Space", an epic sci-fi fantasy story told in leitmotif music style about alien dinosaurs and a data recorder.
- Atlanta, GA (1888PressRelease) July 16, 2012 - FRACTAL MUSIC PIONEER XENO GIRAFFE RELEASES SCI-FI EPIC DOUBLE ALBUM.
The deep underground, avant-garde electronic experimental artist Xeno Giraffe surfaces after 8 years to produce an electro-symphonic, rock, sci-fi, music adventure based on the idea of "Golden Years" radio science fiction dramas similar to Flash Gordon, and original musical story, which uses leitmotif, music for motion, sound FX, and finally narrator, in similar Prokofiev's "Peter and the Wolf" style, which is alternating narration, and music.
Mostly instrumental and cinematic in scope, the music represents a scene by scene account of what happens when alien dinosaurs in a spaceship decide to spy from a hidden cloud on a newly discovered planet that is going through invasion, and eminent destruction. The story has humor similar to Douglas Adams, "Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy" mixed with "Heavy Metal" movie type characters, action, and drama. Electronic dance grooves, and bass mixing and mastering, litter the sonic sound-scape, which is why Xeno Giraffe's Dinosaur UFOs: Episode One "Wolfmen From Outer Space" is being released world wide on vinyl, and for digital distribution on iTunes, CDBaby, AmazonMP3, and others, for the first time - for DJs and audiophiles.
The music without the narrator, or soundtrack, for the double concept fantasy album is being released on July 25, 2012. The narrated complete version will be released on September 25, 2012, two months later.
About The Artist: A visual artist and multimedia artist, who has been working with experimental music and underground music since 1976 while being an underground radio DJ and studio talent in Tennessee, Xeno Giraffe started as a first public art project and exhibition of artwork, and experimental music at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston for, then, art student, Jeff Thompson, in 1984, as a multi-media art installation. Music of that era and from that art show were remastered and released in 2004 under the name Xeno Giraffe twenty years later during the 21st World Future Music six CD release of fractal math-based music. He resides in Marietta, Georgia and releases music under Xeno Giraffe from his Panthalassa Music Studio.
Email: info ( @ ) xenogiraffe dot com