We’re doing a lot better creating content these days. Especially having a lot of fun with what we’re calling Movie Jams. This is some more unreleased music from our upcoming album due out this Fall, synced up and remixed with some of my favorite movie samples. Enjoy and let us know what you think!
Woah…its been awhile. Job Creators has been busy this Summer preparing new music for an album due out this Fall and we wanted to share an exclusive look at one of the songs Mass Effect. This is the first track to be released where Tim is playing drums and synthesizer simultaneously! Check out the music and video below! Both were taken from a live show where we debuted some new songs.
We got a new music video for ya! The second batch of new music AND video from Job Creators in as many weeks? Wow! Slow Dance!
Thanks to The Talented Mr. Ripley…
NEW NEW NEW!
Music and video inspired by the movie Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome.
Check it out.
This is our new tune Evening at the Factory, performed live in its improvisational glory at Mcgann’s Pub in Boston Massachusetts.
We also have New York City coming up later this month on the 15th. We’ll see you at Desmond’s Tavern.
Hey whats goin’ on?
Well…we had a great time playing our first show in New York City, at Desmonds Tavern! It was a pleasure and an honor to share the stage with The Guga Project, Wadada Movement, and Nova Cez Everything. The people, the music, the vibes, what a great night. We hope to do it again sometime, everyone made us feel at home that night.
There are a few clips and snippets from the show, they came out great too. However, some of the clips cut off right at transitions in our songs, leaving excruciating sonic tension. Take them as movie trailers for our songs. Check them out below!
Good to have you back! After a brief respite, Job Creators are also back! We have been busy too. We have a show this week in Boston and our debut New York City show coming November 2nd! I’ll have more details as they come. Here’s the flyer for the show THIS Friday. Click the image to join the Facebook event.
See you Friday!
What is it about math rock? Is it the constant, organized chaos of all the instruments clashing together?
The total unpredictability of the rhythm and the plain WEIRD sounds the bands produce?
Maybe it’s just the fact that no math rock band will ever, ever get famous.
Whatever it is, the harmonious chaos that is math rock makes it perfect for commuting: by car, foot, subway… land, sea or air.
Here are three of our favorites: