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A trip through the solar system, an anthropomorphication of celestial bodies, an emotional journey through a year lost in the wilderness, and a pop-rock concept album, How I Became Invisible’s first full-length, Planetary, is certainly an ear-catching debut LP. Crowdfunded through Kickstarter and recorded in a local studio, Planetary is the brainchild of Nicholas Reed, taking what he’s learned as bass player/vocalist/co-songwriter of Philadelphia’s own Robots & Racecars and crafting catchy hooks & fun melodies all in the name of science.
Yep, I’m putting off all the science and detailed stuff for yet another week! Actually, I’ve found a way to keep talking about time travel for the next few weeks while slowly writing about the real life possibilities (and dangers) of time travel. As you become a student of time travel; I become a teacher- hmmm… I’m already an internet radio god… perhaps I can add … time lord to my resume?