Now the Robots are Dancing​.​.​.​in Summer Heat

by A Montreal Paul and the Socialistic Scientist Conspiracy

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released August 18, 2015

Performed by A Montreal Paul
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Shane Watt, who did most of the instrumental arrangements, recording and mixing on "Mellotron" and "A Song", as well as singing harmonies on those songs. He also played drums on "Song of the Mosquitoes" and bass on "I Am Your Robot", and mixed those songs.

Eric Bent on drums on "Mellotron" and "A Song"

and featuring Krista Muir's Memotron part on "Mellotron". She also played tambourine and sang harmonies on that track.

Produced by A Montreal Paul and Shane Watt

Mastered by Shane Watt

Songs written by Paul Beaulieu (SOCAN) although "Mellotron" and "A Song" in particular were enhanced by Shane Watt's arrangements, while "Summer Legs" and "Hot,, Heavy, and Sticky" were co-written by Ethan Taylor Winters and Joshua Alexander Winters.

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A Montreal Paul and the Socialistic Scientist Conspiracy Montréal, Québec

A Montreal Paul, who has been described as a “dreamy outsider artist”, is indeed from Montreal but began writing songs in New York City in 2000, before he could even play an instrument. Later on, in Montreal, he started playing guitar. In 2011 he recorded his debut album, Awaiting an Awakening, with Shane Watt. He began performing with a full band in the fall of 2013. ... more

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