Shuttle Run "Contact" | Music Video | Electronic Music

A group of four space travelers left earth in their ship SR-1 with one mission, to track down a transmission signal that is thought to have originated from alien technology. The crew on SR-1 go into cryosleep for years at a time to travel and pinpoint the origins of the mysterious alien signal. Their journey is very monotonous and spans centuries. Visiting vast pockets of space and leaving the earth behind the crew of SR-1 has dedicated their life to this mission. They are so far into space that they have lost communication with earth and other space colonies. Only thought of finding the origin of a signal in which they can use to communicate with alien life forms drives them further and further into space as they hone into the signal’s origins...


The time we spent in isolation

is gone forever more.

We lift our heads in anticipation

and set sail for your shores.

In the years since we first made contact

ahh ahhh ahhh.

We set our hearts out ahead of our hands in

fields of love.

Do you hear us and will you

listen to

astronomic love songs?

Right behind the eye of Orion

we found your pretty world above

and sent a song of enchantment to

rain down through your clouds.

Do you hear us?

We are waiting for






Music & Video by Shuttle Run

Engineered by Jay Tallungan

Mastered by Taylor Deupree


Captain of SR-1 - Sandra Yau

SR-1 Navigation - Collin Diederich

SR-1 Head Scientist - Steven Stoll

SR-1 Chief Engineer - Kahuna Smalls


Camera - Nicole Carlson

Camera - Chris Rose

Camera, Lighting, Video Synth, Editor - Collin Diederich

Set Design, Models, Props - Steven Stoll

Costume, Make-up, Props - Sandra Yau

Models, Set - Kahuna Smalls

Grip - Stephanie Yau

Additional Video Processing - Christopher Trice

Robotboot "Music for Aquariums: Night Shift" | Liquid Light Show | Electronic Music

Special thanks to the Visual by Justin Howard.

About the project: Music for Aquariums is a new Album i am working on that will go off the grid and feature sounds that you might here on your journey to the depths of the ocean floor and back.

About The song: I have been working on some music for aquariums. This one goes on after hours when the sea creatures that emit light come out. Usually only the janitor is there but they are wearing headphones and preoccupied to see the sea creatures that emit light.

About the creation: a handful of oscillators with 3 looping AD Envelopes modulating each other along with some live tweeting created the "rhythm" The slowest AD envelop was clocking the sequencer. Live tweeted a couple filters. ran it trew a couple of reverbs and delays. Put a phaser in there somewhere. Used some lowpass gates for the VCA. I then gave the song to a friend and they did a liquid light show for the visuals and it is basically a short visual film.

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Robotboot "What you hear is what you see Livestream" | Lissajous Pattern | Oscilloscope

Livestream from 2017.12.27. This is a Audio/Visual exploration Of the relationship between notes, chords, and resonance. The audio was ran int an oscilloscope in X/Y mode and filmed with a vintage panasonic camera.

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Robotboot "Porta 002" | Abstract Electronic Music | Video Art

This video is a simple feedback loop that I made in a live take for my song Porta 002 from my album Porta. The Album Porta is a collection of songs I recorded on a Tascam Portastudio 4 Track Cassette Recorder in 2016. These where all written and recorded in a short amount of time. Focusing on a cinematic vibe and playing live takes with no editing or sequencing. All analog sounds and processing.

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