Wednesday, July 11, 2007

Sexy Robots Can Hit The G-Spot

LOS ANGELES (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – When you’re rockin’ out your digital desires, sometimes you get turned on to robots.

That’s the techno tune from A.i.’s new album, Sex & Robots, which is set for release this Fall.

Frontman Nick Young says though the band uses synthesizers and electric drums, all their live music requires human hands to keep the passion raging behind the cyborg beats.

Young says, “Our music is testosterone-driven. It’s all about our human desires for technology combined with our sex drives and how these two play off each other.”

But there’s a sexier source for the band’s tunes that resembles the practice of Kama Sutra – well, sort of.

As Young puts it, “We like to put our music in different positions, just like in the bedroom, to see what we come up with. It’s all about experimenting to find out how to write a good song.”

Sounds like they’ll be making some beautiful music together.

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