Atom and His Package
Armed with a QY 700 music sequencer and a wit sharper than yours, Adam Goren has conquered all sucka emcees to claim the title of nerdcore king. Over the past few years, Adam has toured the east relentlessly, building a die-hard corps of fans from remarkably disparate scenes. What does he do to bring all these people together? Imagine a spazzier, funnier Weird Al writing original songs about Punk, Black Metal and other fringe cultures. Songs like "Punk Rock Academy" and "Pumping Iron (Fe) For Enya" leave gutter punks rolling in laughter alongside Indie geeks and church-burning metalheads. Together they revel in their own ridiculousness, not to mention Adam's. Live, one might imagine Adam to be rather dull, but quite the contrary -- his classy dance moves and exaggerated axe wielding (along with his voice, the electric guitar is the only live instrument) are quite a sight to behold.