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Crapped my pants at Bonnaroo. My friends and I were running around in Telletubbies costumes after RHCP and we heard these guys blasting from inside a tent. La La decided to check it out and we followed. What we found were three guys throwing DOWN in space outfits and their sound was INCREDIBLE. I have never walked up on a band that I've never heard of and danced so hard. GET THIS ALBUM and then SEE THEM LIVE. They're awesome guys.


Everyone should have this pounding in their ears

You will dance to Art vs Science!

There's just no way around it. The first time I saw them at the Casbah it was a pleasant surprise! They stole the show from the headliners--it was fantastic! I've seen them live twice now and they've got an incredible energy and an amazing stage show.

Flippers, Hollywood, and Parle Vous Francais are by far my favorite songs from Art vs Science! Check out the videos for their songs too, it's a guaranteed good time!


Formed: 2008 in Sydney, Australia

Genre: Electronic

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Art vs. Science are an Australian trio whose sleek, danceable, computer-embellished dance-pop initially compared favorably to acts like Electric Six, Justice, and Junior Senior. Inspired by a fateful night at a Daft Punk concert, frontman Dan McNamee teamed up with his friends and former Roger Explosion bandmates Jim Finn (vox, keyboards) and Dan Williams (vox, drums) to form Art vs. Science in February 2008. The fledgling band hammered together a set's worth of songs and began playing a number of...
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