The Mad Conductor
In the winter of 2008, in the wake of nonstop touring and time in the studio, front man MC Devlin found himself needing a change of pace, and scenery. In order to find steady work and a warm climate in which to write a new record he relocated to the city of New Orleans to help rebuild the flood and hurricane ravaged communities.
In his time there he quickly met a network of talented musicians and began working on several projects including a live-band backed series of emcee battles and a new batch of southern-funk tinged Mad Conductor songs. He returned to Pennsylvania in the winter of 2008 to record the new songs with Dan McKinney and The Band alumnus Randy Ciarlante on drums.
|The Mad Conductor||Renegade Space Rock (Album)||Dan's House Studio||US||2007||Sell This Version|
|none||Mad Conductor*||MC Rises (CD, Album)||Not On Label (The Mad Conductor Self-released)||none||US||2013||Sell This Version|
Singles & EPs
|none||The Mad Conductor||Mechanical Claw (CD, EP)||Dan's House Studio||none||US||2005||Sell This Version|
|The Mad Conductor||Members Only (Single)||Dan's House Studio||US||2008|
|The Mad Conductor||Central America (EP)||Dan's House Studio||2010|
|none||Mad Conductor*||Lethal Protector (File, AAC, Single, 256)||Not On Label (The Mad Conductor Self-released)||none||2011|
|Mad Conductor*||Space Rock Steady (EP)||Not On Label (The Mad Conductor Self-released)||US||2015||Sell This Version|
|Mad Conductor*||The Mass Wake-Up (Single)||Not On Label (The Mad Conductor Self-released)||2017|
|none||The Mad Conductor||Ejemplo (4xFile, MP3, Comp, 320)||Community Records (3)||none||2008|
|SAY-013||The Mad Conductor||EPs And Singles Collection (CD, Comp)||SAY-10||SAY-013||US||2011||Sell This Version|