|PLAY ORDER||ARTIST||SONG TITLE||ALBUM||TIME||LABEL||COUNTRY||YEAR|
|1||The Calm Blue Sea||The Dragon||Sigfried : An Original Score by The Calm Blue Sea||5.51||Self Released||USA||2009|
|3||Deadhorse||Exiles||We Can Create Our Own World||5.30||Self Released||USA||2010|
|4||Damian Valles||Clime||Kanshin||5.42||Self Released||Canada||2011|
|5||Freedom Voyagers||Memorial Day||Freedom Voyagers||5.27||Fluttery Records||Siberia||2011|
|6||Millimetrik||Danse rue de Chabrol danse||Mystique Drums||4.22||Makeminemusic||Canada||2010|
|7||Noveller||Glacial Wave||Glacial Glow||5.54||Saffron Recordings||USA||2011|
|8||All Shall Be Well (asbwaamotsbw)||Forgot Yesterday, Am Today And Will Be Tomorrow||Roodblauw||4.22||Self Released||Holland||2011|
|9||Damn Robot!||Antics||Hunang Skrimlsi||4.46||Hawk Moon Records||England||2011|
||A Smile Spreads Across My Face||Hunang Skrimsli||4.04||Hawk Moon Records||England||2011|
RECORD OF THE WEEK
Damn Robot! – Hunang Skrímsli is the debut album by Hampshire, UK based brothers Rob Honey (Oceanus, Inachus) and Tom Honey (Good Weather for an Airstrike). Having collaborated on a cover of Frederic Chopin’s Romance/Larghetto the duo decided to establish a more permanent project, and Damn Robot! was formed. Their first song “The Great Landfill In The Sky” was included on the well received Hawk Moon Records: Volume II compilation album along side the likes of The Echelon Effect, …And The Earth Swarmed With Them and Lowercase Noises. Damn Robot! have taken influence from many different artists including The Appleseed Cast, Clint Mansell, Imogen Heap and various Mike Patton projects, as such this album doesn’t stick to just one specific genre, it has elements of electronica, trip-hop, post-rock, ambient and more.
With gigs planned for summer 2011, this could be the start of something big for Damn Robot!