Shin Godzilla vs. Evangelion Symphony Concert Event

By Aaron Clark on Saturday, November 26th, 2016 in Music, News.

Studio khara is sponsoring a Shin Godzilla vs. Evangelion symphony concert event at the Bunkamura Orchard Hall venue in Shibuya, Tokyo, Japan, March 22 – March 23, 2017.  There will be performances will be at 1PM and 6PM.  Hideaki Anno will be serving as executive director for the event, and composer Shirō Sagisu will be handling […]

Evangelion Chiptune Music by Studio Megaane

By Aaron Clark on Monday, July 11th, 2016 in Fandom, Music.

After spending some time with Andrew’s Evangelion Chiptune album the other day, I did some poking around on YouTube for some other substantial efforts to recreate Evangelion’s iconic themes with lo-fidelity sound chips.  In particular, I came across Studio Megaane, which has done an impressive volume of chiptune renditions, with a strong preferance for mecha anime.  So it […]

A Human Work, a free Evangelion concept album

By Aaron Clark on Friday, February 14th, 2014 in Audio, Fandom, Music.

I really enjoy seeing fan-produced concept and tribute music dedicated to Evangelion.  It’s interesting to see how people take a (predominantly) visual medium like animation and break it apart and reinterpret it through an aural medium like music.  In this case, we have an ambient concept album called “A Human Work” by Kyle Edwards.  Through […]

AMV Spotlight: ErMac Studios

By Aaron Clark on Monday, December 16th, 2013 in AMVs, Fandom, Music, Video.

I’ve been spending some of my time lately going through and organizing my Eva files, and while I was looking through my archive of AMVs, one editor stood out that I felt like highlighting.  Justin Emerson, who went by ErMaC, has been out of the AMV circle for close to a decade.  When he retired, […]

Asuka, by Free Parking!

By Aaron Clark on Tuesday, April 3rd, 2012 in Fandom, Music.

The more digging I do, the more Evangelion-inspired music I discover.  This time around, it’s an album called “Asuka” by Free Parking!, an alternative rock band from Pennsylvania.  They describe their influences as “Weezer, Thrice, Radiohead (just Brendan), Blur, The Fratellis, Say Anything, Vampire Weekend” and more.  I can definitely hear some influence from Weezer […]

Seventeen More Times, an Evangelion-inspired concept album

By Aaron Clark on Wednesday, May 25th, 2011 in Audio, Fandom, Music.

It seems like more and more cool music is coming out of members of Eva Geeks these days.  First Rachel Macwhirter, then Dr. Shoggoth, and now Michael Mancuso (aka Esselfortium), who has released an entire Evangelion-inspired concept album called Seventeen More Times.  This is the description of the album Esselfortium provided: “Seventeen More Times is […]

“Neon Genesis” by DJ S3RL

By Aaron Clark on Thursday, May 5th, 2011 in Audio, Fandom, Music.

If you like Happy Hardcore/Hardcore, or what some may refer to lovingly as “candy raver music”, you should check out DJ S3RL.  He’s a musical artist from Brisbane Australia, who not only makes his own tracks, but also samples from things in popular culture, including anime.  He has one such track called “Neon Genesis” which […]

The Musical Stylings of Dr. Shoggoth

By Aaron Clark on Wednesday, April 27th, 2011 in Fandom, Music.

I do this panel at conventions… sometimes it’s called “The Evangelion Omake Box”, and sometimes it’s called “Evangelion, WTF?”.  And essentially what it is is an emceed clip show featuring a bunch of ridiculous bullshit from Evangelion and it’s fandom.  Amidst the video files and audio clips, there’s this video, by an Eva Geeks user […]

With Me Now, an original Evangelion song by Rachel Macwhirter

By Aaron Clark on Sunday, March 27th, 2011 in Fandom, Music.

Rachel Macwhirter, who I’ve posted about before, has released another original Evangelion song, entitled “With Me Now”.  Unlike “A Thousand Angels”, which was kind of general, this song focuses on the second child, Asuka.  It starts off kind of loose and builds up over the course of the song, adding in strings, percussion, and flute.  […]