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The Dancestronaut

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I would like to introduce you to a video by MKXero, an artist who just released a fabulous electronic dance track, “Gimme That Beat.” If house music is your thing, this song will sound familiar as it triggers your urge to move. For me, the part that grabbed my mesmerized attention was the visual of a space-suited human revealing dance moves never before associated with full-on space attire.

I highly encourage you to keep your eyes on the screen long enough to witness what happens as the wormhole dancing plays out.



If for some reason your curiosity wasn’t spurred to click on that video, let me point out this additional detail: The only reason I know this dance track video exists is that my son, Julian, composed the song, devised the unique nom de plume MKXero, released the track on streaming services, and then used his game development skills and tools to put together this synced music video to go along with it.

Color me proud of such creative artistry and initiative. And a little bit jealous.

Is it possible for me to “inherit” some of the desirable traits my children manifest?

From his Youtube post:

The year is 2034. A wormhole has appeared above Earth. A fearless explorer has ventured into space to investigate. As he passes through the wormhole, the beats begin… The explorer finds himself helplessly trapped in the gravitational pull of a nearby star. As he is pulled to his untimely demise, he does what any rational human would do. He shakes, shuffles, and dances his heart out. Back on Earth he has been dubbed: The Dancestronaut

I wish I’d thought of that.



Written by johnwhays

August 20, 2022 at 9:57 am

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  1. LOL, tracked that one a few times!

    John Hopkins

    August 20, 2022 at 10:56 pm

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