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Title - 'How Do We Get to Earth?' [EP]
Artist - Uncle Roys Spaceship

Uncle Roy's Spaceship's How Do We Get to Earth? is a 5-track EP and the very first instrumental release for the band, released on September 2nd, 2019.

The music is a progressive, instrumental recipe of several genres of rock music, blending time signatures and tempos, within instrumental rock, progressive rock, fusion, classical rock, space rock, jazz rock and other cosmic sounds; at this moment in space and time.

Furthermore, there is a galaxy of musical influences from many light years of playing, that you can hear within the sounds.

1. 'Space Noodlein' (3:26)
2. 'Moonbeams and the Cosmic Bang' (6:31)
3. 'There Is Nothing More Bright Than the Stars at Night' (4:04)
4. 'It's a Beautiful Day in the Milky Way' (4:10)
5. 'Flight of the Ancient Alien' (3:51)

Sometimes the soundscapes will be light and breezy and dreamy. And sometimes the soundscapes will be heavy, thick and creamy! Indeed, some tunes may have a bit of both, with a sprinkling or splashing of other musical textures and moods from soft to intense.

Uncle Roy kicks things into gear here immediately on the effervescent, speeding train dangerously close to derailing six string jammin' rocker 'Space Noodlelin' and backs that up seamlessly with the longest track of the five, the near seven minute harmonious, thoughtful, and ultimately progressive metal rock cut 'Moonbeams and the Cosmic Bang.'

Next up is the searing fusion guitar instrumental 'There Is Nothing More Bright Than the Stars at Night,' with rhythmic, soft guitar notes of 'It's a Beautiful Day in the Milky Way' backing it, before the EP rounds out with the pacey, energetic, anthemic prog rock of 'Flight of the Ancient Alien.'

Uncle Roy says, “I love instrumental music! From soloists to small groups to orchestral instrumentals, through a variety of music, the dynamic sensitivities within instrumental music makes me feel a rollercoaster of sensations and emotions!!!"

"So, I thought that creating a project of some tunes with the ingredients of a few instrumental rock music genres together, would be fun!"

"Instrumental rock, progressive rock, fusion, spacey rock, classical rock and jazz rock are all a part of the music in, 'How Do We Get To Earth?'"

"There are moments of soft, sweetness and moments of roaring and throbbing sounds. There are cruising, floating rhythms that groove and heavier, driving rhythms that rock. The dreamy and bright soundscape moments will make you drift."

"Each tune has a different mood, feeling, atmosphere and style from the others.”

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www.UncleRoysAlienMusic.com





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