Sunday, October 24, 2010

Nerimon: Dopamine And Sons Of Admirals Song Available On iTunes

Just checking in on YouTube and the latest video from Nerimon aka Alex Day pops into my inbox. First off he talks about dopamine and how if you are genetically predisposed to producing larger amount of the stuff you are predisposed to happiness. It is like "adrenaline-lite" as it is a precursor to adrenaline. And is used to help those with Parkinson's Disease which is possibly related to having low levels of dopamine in the brain. So ends today's science lesson.

Alex moves on to discuss his "Dreamline" which seems more like a goal list that he updates every three months or so.

What's All This "Sons Of Admirals" Business?

Towards the end of the video Alex mentions as one of his goals that he wants to try to get the song "Here Comes My Baby" (Check out the video below) to number one in the charts. Sons of Admirals are Alex Day, Charlie McDonnell, Eddplant and Tom Milsom, each of whom are on Youtube (Charlie McDonnell actually is the most subscribed youtuber in the UK with his charlieissocoollike channel with 620,000 subscribers).

The song was just released on iTunes and after the haranguing Alex gave you in that video to buy it, go here: Sons of Admirals on iTunes.

By the time you read this it may be too late, but the Sons of Admirals will be live at the BBC tomorrow (Monday October 25th, 2010) and you can see the show on The 5:19 Show.

And if you're not one of the two and a half million people who have watched the video, here's their song, Here Comes My Baby:

Here's Tom Milsom (aka hexachordal) advising why you should buy the song by Sons of Admirals:

And... Charlie McDonnell. Mostly discussing his uber-nerdiness. Plus a great part about the song.

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