OH MY GOD WE ARE WORKING ON A NEW ALBUM!!!! We need your help and have special presents. Please go here to see our Kickstarter and be part of this.
Love Hotel, the second album from The Sexbots, is available worldwide August 31, 2012.
Don't Stop, a first album from an unknown band without a label, management, or touring, managed to chart #32 for electronic music on CMJ- a surprise in an often style-pure genre. While some dismissed it as sex music, the 13 tracks covering “seven types of loneliness” struck a chord with many. The album incorporated spoken word, odd song structures, weird samples, and a classically trained violinist turned indie-rock vocalist. After working with some hiphop beatmakers, Considine began performing at hiphop festivals and doing hooks for rappers. More hiphop producers were intrigued, and the resulting Love Hotel is an experimental electronic album featuring hiphop producers- DJ Ceez of VinylPimpz, PDX rapper/producer Andy $tack, and Eugene bros Aerosol and DGB; with guest rappers Sergio and Powahouse of Some of the Truest.
We are fresh off playing the going away party for Portland's Mayor Sam Adams! Thank you!! What can we say except... your tax dollars at work! The Sexbots are supported by the Regional Arts and Culture Council and the Oregon Arts Commission.
I'm a trans-disciplinary artist based in Portland, OR. I'm the leader of a band called The Sexbots, I direct music videos, I write neoclassical soundtracks, and I can sometimes be found doing performance art and occasional art modeling/acting. I am available for session work on violin and cello.
Yes, I want to work on your soundtrack! I'm the mother of 2 kids. There are babies to feed, but I'm the queen of nanobudget productions, please send me your ideas and proposals. I am always seeking new collaborators.
I can be directly reached at firstname.lastname@example.org
"an intellectual, quirky genius who is exploring sexuality from the other side of awareness"- Hal Harrison
"I like it when you play violin. It looks like you're having sex... with yourself." -Marston Hall