When all this online social gobelty gook began, there was an electric dream of community where artists and fans and artist could actually talk. You know, outside dark and noisy bars, but not literally outside the bar. I never intended to be a JD Salinger type, but I also just don't want to be chasing internet fad after to internet fad or spending more time coding websites than playing music.
We almost got there a couple times. There was couple magic moments here or there, but nothing really stuck.
Today, platforms like Bandcamp an Patreon have the right mix of tools to do the job. Bandcamp will serve a fan community/laboratory window you can not just look into but even holler or throw a note inside of.
What you get:
- All the new music we make streaming instantly on your mobile device via the free Bandcamp app, and also available as a high-quality download.*
Exclusive access to the Marvin The Robot fan community.
- These back-catalog releases:
- A 15% discount on all our merchandise.
- The satisfaction of knowing you’re supporting us in a sustainable way.
The band's wit and lo-fi aesthetics transform the clanky guitars and raw energy into true indie gems, as the honest and essential approach bring Marvin The Robot close to some of their colleagues such as
Broken Social Scene, Sonic Youth or Sebadoh.