New Science Projects is the musical brainchild of Denton, Texas native Dale Jones. Known for his "electrifying" live performances, he can often be seen coated in blood with his six string resonator acoustic guitar screaming his words at the crowd. Possessing lyrics of an author, and the voice of a banshee, dale's music is loud, fun, and overall easy to jam to. Songs such as "Blood" and "Iron Bars" and both fast and Upbeat, while songs like "Mr. Golden Heart" are down tempo and sweet. All in all, Dale Jones has mastered the art of crafting amazing new original music.
Possessing lyrics of an author, and the voice of a banshee, dale's music is loud, fun, and overall easy to jam to. Songs such as "Blood" and "Iron Bars" and both fast and Upbeat, while songs like "Mr. Golden Heart" are down tempo and sweet.
All in all, Dale Jones has mastered the art of crafting amazing new original music.
New Science Projects is a one man blooz punk band from Denton, TX consisting of Dale Jones, his resonator guitar, some tambourines and war paint. Jones, 21, started NSP when he was 17. After releasing 2 independent records, he found a home on Gutterth Records and has released 2 albums and an EP with them. Most recently, New Science Projects has released a 10" clear square lathe-cut record with People In A Position To Know. The NSP live experience is a visceral, grimy assault on your eyes, ears, and groin-area. NSP recently won "Best Solo Artist" in the Dallas Morning News' Quick Magazine's music award show, as voted by the public. He has also been nominated in the Dallas Observer Music Awards.
"...I've been a fan of Dale's particular brand of Iggy Pop Walkin' Spanish Down the Hall since i first stumbled into him at a Gutterth Show at RGRS. If you're not ready for it, it can be a bit like finding a surprise starburst in a cupcake, but once you get attuned to the situation, it's damn shiny. New Science Projects carries more than a bit of theatre in it, complete with conversation and audience participation. So if you're the type that likes to sit there and watch your music, you might get into a bit more of a Gallagher-audience mentality for this. However, if you're tuned to the bones of it, you'll find yourself leaving the set with that same warm feeling you'd get after having burned all of her stupid love letters. It's the railyard stomp, it's the barnscream. It's the rattle and hum of this coal-dusted Lone Ranger and his trusty tambourine Tonto who speaks in the language of tin and cool creek water. Go see this damn guy." - Ira Wile (Denton Music Zone)