Starship Mantis | Black Hole Radio AM/FM

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Black Hole Radio AM/FM

by Starship Mantis

A creative blending of horn filled Funk and Jazz Fusion, told through told through a unique narrative
Genre: Jazz: Jazz Fusion
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1. Bizmarc the Martian
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2. Give It Any Minute
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3. Roger Jones (feat. Sean Jones)
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4. Ufo (feat. Mike Tomaro)
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5. Black Hole Radio Am / Fm
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6. Future Dance
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7. Spaceship Made of Love (feat. Shannon Chapman)
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8. Don't You Know (feat. Lyndsey Smith)
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9. Beneath the Waves (feat. Divinity Roxx)
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10. Practical Wisdom
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11. Tha Juice (feat. The Steeltown Horns)
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12. She Calls Me Baby
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13. Lemon Talk (feat. Jonathan Mones)
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14. Chance 2.0 (feat. Casey Benjamin)
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15. A Better Idea
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Black Hole Radio AM/FM is told through the eyes of an omniscient radio host, Bizmarc the Martian (voiced by Ben Penigar), who has chronicled the groups daily life through the infinite space-time of the 9th Dimension. From gritty horn-funk to lo-fi hip-hop grooves, the album features a number of special guests including Divinity Roxx, Casey Benjamin, Sean Jones, Jonathan Mones, Shannon Chapman, Mike Tomaro, The Steeltown Horns, and Lyndsey Smith.

The album's narrative structure borrows from epics such as “Space is the Place” (Sun Ra) and “The incredible True Story” (Logic) and spans a range of moods and styles.

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