Exciting news -
The new album can now be downloaded on a pay what you like basis at meiosis.bandcamp.com and can also be purchased as a CD by clicking here.
Music also available on iTunes, or to stream at Spotify.
And watch Meiosis live and unleashed -
Yes, series two of Martin Thompson's Friendly Atmosphere Newcastle Music Scene Podcast is here, featuring some local music by local musicians from Tyne & Wear, some not so local music by some not so local musicians from beyond Tyne & Wear and also some silliness, shenanigans and sometimes terrible rudeness in between. Click the podcast tab to listen to all the latest episodes.
Meiosis has some great gigs lined up in the coming months, including the Mad Hatter charity event at The Cluny on January 31st 2015 and supporting the amazing Bowie Experience on March 28th 2015 - find all of the details on the events tab.
The new Meiosis album is now available on Bandcamp - Something Funny Happened on my Way to Utopia is a truly unique and brilliant album - please have a listen!
The new series of the Friendly Atmosphere Podcast is finally here! Go to the podcast tab now and find exactly what mayhem lurks beneath...
Martin has recorded a brilliant new video for the title track of his next album, Alice in Wonderland Syndrome. Check it out here.
The second series of The Friendly Atmosphere Podcast is coming soon with a brand new theme of rather amusing sketches - get a sneak preview here.
Yesterday we recorded a lovely little interview with Martin, if you would like to learn all about the devil in a flump click here to listen.
Martin has recorded an interview discussing his latest album, gigs in trees and fans with mis-quoted tattoos. Listen to it here!
Just one example of what awaits you on the videos page...
How can you resist?!
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