Professor Elemental to produce new English National Anthem

Professor Elemental portrait
Professor Elemental receives the news that he is to create the new English National Anthem. Image courtesy photofairground

Steampunk champion Professor Elemental has been asked by the House of Commons to provide a new National Anthem for England after it was revealed that the home nation doesn’t have a dedicated song to play at sporting events or as the Army march into war…  liberation efforts abroad. Continue reading “Professor Elemental to produce new English National Anthem”

Professor Elemental – The Indifference Engine review

It’s highly unlikely that if you’re a steampunk you won’t have heard of Professor Elemental. The alter-ego of MC Elemental is an inventing time travelling professor with a monkey butler and an affinity for tea. 2009 saw his debut album The Indifference Engine, a ten tracker that covers steampunk, tea, parties and even features a diss song to Mr B The Gentleman Rhymer.

The Indifference Engine can be bought from the Professor Elemental website for £6.00 by following the link here: The Indifference Engine by Professor Elemental.

You will also notice that individual tracks can be downloaded for just 50p each. Continue reading “Professor Elemental – The Indifference Engine review”

Professor Elemental wants to make the internet splendid!


I’ve been contacted by the splendid Professor Elemental (adventurer, tea drinker and bad ass emcee) to spread the word about his latest venture. His newest record is called Don’t Feed the Trolls and is a campaign to end trolling by simply ignoring them. After all, the reason they do it is to start arguments. Then they’ll either argue it out or slip out of the loop and watch everyone squabble among themselves.

The target to make a video for the track has been reached already. The rest of the funds will be spread out to various charities. Have a read of the press release below and have a think about donating. Continue reading “Professor Elemental wants to make the internet splendid!”

Announcement from Steampunk Experience


Steampunk Experience at Alt-Fest have released a statement regarding their future plans after the cancellation of Alt-Fest.
It seems that Dale Rowles of BB Blackdog – organiser of Steampunk Experience – has managed to salvage some form of an event and is now looking to secure last details. Read the official statement here:
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Steam Powered Giraffe announce new album

Quirky automaton robotic singers Steam Powered Giraffe have announced the release date of their third album – titled “MKIII” – as the 3rd December 2013. The band formed in 2008 and have gone through a few modifications in terms of the line-up. Currently, they stand as three: The Spine (David Michael Bennett), Rabbit (Christopher Bennett) and Hatchworth (Sam Luke). The previous two albums are firm favourites of steampunks and the band regularly appear at steampunk conventions to perform. They recently teamed up with chap-hop performer Professor Elemental while he visited America. Go to the Steam Powered Giraffe website here: Steam … Continue reading Steam Powered Giraffe announce new album

Professor Elemental performs on Phineas and Ferb

Phineas & Ferb with Professor Elemental
Professor Elemental performs Phineas & Ferb episode “steampunx”

Professor Elemental – everyone’s favourite eccentric adventurer and (I’m proud to say) friend of mine – has made a wonderful appearance on Phineas and Ferb. If you don’t have children around 5-10 years old, you may not have been subject to the crazy inventions of the kids on this Disney cartoon. It’s a madcap programme with two step-brothers (one English, the other American) and their pet Duck Billed Platypus called Perry (who is also a secret agent). It documents the adventures they have during the school holidays. Continue reading “Professor Elemental performs on Phineas and Ferb”

Splendid interview with Professor Elemental

Professor Elemental portrait circa: 1881
Professor Elemental portrait circa: 1881

Professor Elemental is one of the most interesting characters in the steampunk community. From his recording studio at Elemental Manors, he creates beloved chap-hop tracks including Splendid, Elixir, Fighting Trousers (his diss song to Mr B The Gentleman Rhymer) as well as A Fete Worse than Death and Steampowered which directly references our charming sub-culture.

Despite his ridiculously busy schedule, I managed to corner him to ask a few questions about Geoffrey, Mr. B and tickling horses. Continue reading “Splendid interview with Professor Elemental”