Join Yanick in the Physics House to take a look at the physics behind everyday phenomena we encounter in our homes.
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Physics House - The Physics House Band - Netflix
The Physics House Band are an English band formed in Brighton in 2012. They have released two studio albums.
Physics House - History - Netflix
Formed in 2012, the band comprises multi-instrumentalists Sam Organ and Adam Hutchinson and drummer Dave Morgan, who met while studying at University in Brighton, and were initially members of a five-piece band. The band name is taken from an Alexander Calder sculpture. They initially gained a following from their video for “Titan” on Youtube. The band's debut album, Horizons/Rapture, was released in 2013. Comedian Stewart Lee, in a Sunday Times review of Horizons/Rapture wrote: “This youthful Brighton trio’s debut offers ugly-beautiful instrumental progressive rock that aging King Crimson fans think no-one can play anymore.” The band's second album, Mercury Fountain, was released in 2017. The album was described in The Independent as “a cataclysmic, cyclical odyssey that spirals in and out of kaleidoscopic pockets, serene ambience and frenetic, apoplectic wig-outs”. The group have toured and performed shows with Alt-J, Jaga Jazzist, Deerhoof, LITE, 65daysofstatic, Three Trapped Tigers, Mono, Omar Rodriguez-Lopez. The band's music has been described as “psychedelic experimental rock”, “psych-rock”, and “psychedelic, experimental math-rock”. Paul Lister, writing for The Guardian, described them as a “perfect storm of rock, prog, psych, cosmic, tech metal and jazz fusion”, stating that the band members played “about 33 instruments” between them.
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