Hello from The Sound of the Ladies, makers of music and singers of songs. Here we’ve collected all our songs about sadness and joy and songs about science and ideas; songs about stuff that grows on the ocean floor and helps your libido, songs about a man with one million heads and one million hands; songs about mathematicians thrown into the sea for their dangerous ideas; songs about the power of love to drive away nightmares.
You can find out what they’re up to in the monthly podcast featuring new songs, covers, and live versions:
Martin Austwick released Through Intermittent Rain under his own name in 2014:
Half the songs on Kill it With Fire are by Martin, guess which:
The Sound of The Ladies’ most recent album The City of Gold and Lead, released in 2012, is available here:
You can listen to the Sound of The Ladies’ debut album, We went to the bottom of the Ocean, here:
There is other, older, stuff on the bandcamp page too. Or for songs about science, the Dr Martin Austwick album Songs from the scientific cabaret is here:
Other notable appearances
The Sound of The Ladies’ “Day of The Snail” appears on the GeekPop “Geek Like Me” minialbum:
Martin Austwick plays guitar on Overdrive Orchestra’s “Never Outnumbered” EP
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