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A place for us to share music with atheistic, freethought and scientific themes.

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Atheist love song...

Started by bubbzlove Aug 4, 2013. 0 Replies

Been getting worried.  Trying to be strong.  Tonight help me hold on.  Please help me hold on.I see you're worried trying to be strong.  Still wondering if I'll catch you when you fall.  I won't let…Continue

Tags: ruben, andzola, bubbzlove, love, Atheist

Anyone on Last.fm?

Started by Jonel Burge. Last reply by innerspaceboy Apr 16, 2013. 14 Replies

I'm Nenona1200 on there.I listen to mostly electronica and trip-hop lately, but I have a wide variety of stuff that I listen to.Continue

Aesop Rock

Started by Noah Wiles. Last reply by Santos Bonilla Jul 19, 2012. 1 Reply

Anybody out there know what the story is with Aesop Rock?  I just read that he was raised Catholic, but is now Agnostic.  It's just mentioned in Wikipedia though.  I am trying to find some interviews…Continue

Tags: Rock, Aesop, agnostic

Anthems For Religious Abolition

Started by Shawn May 16, 2012. 0 Replies

Hello friends, I just want to share this new antireligous folk album, "Anthems For Religious Abolition" by Rebuild. its available to stream or download for free at:…Continue

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Comment by bubbzlove on January 7, 2014 at 2:32pm

Being Atheist means I do not accept authority as a source of truth and instead choose to think for myself and question authority and authority's motives.  Wrote an album about it.  

Comment by bubbzlove on June 23, 2013 at 2:04pm

Atheist love song... 

Let me know what you think!

Comment by Diego Alejandro Garzon on June 20, 2013 at 1:04pm

All the rappers of Odd Future are atheists except Frank Ocean. 

Musicians that sing about atheism are the artists of http://wergrandunified.com/ 


Comment by Rachel Slawson on April 13, 2013 at 8:33am

I think my music tastes might differ a bit from most of the people here (I listen to a lot of folk/singer/songwriter stuff), but for the sake of sharing:

Vienna Teng:  Probably one of my all time favorite artists. She's a really great singer/songwriter and pianist.   She is an Atheist and does bring it up at concerts from time to time:  

I would not even consider that her best song, but it's the only one that mentions Atheism directly.   Some of my other favorites

Gravity: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QJt05Wgg904

her cover of Damien Rice's "Cannonball": http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-_Z-Cs8kst8

Her song Passage ( which is a capella) is probably the best example of dealing with death and grief in a non-religious way that I have ever come across in music. : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RiMsI5ZZ-qg

There is a British folk group called Noah and the Whale (I'm not entirely sure what's up with the name), that has the song Peaceful the World Lays Me Down. I know virtually nothing about the band, but when I first listened to the song it really stood out as having Atheist sentimentality. It's probably not a music style for everyone, and it is a bit mopey at first. I'd say give it a listen all the way through, just to give it a chance. I would link it, but I can't find any videos of the album version available in my country.  

A side from the folky stuff, I'm also a metal fan.

I'm a big fan of the band Otep.  The song "The Lord is my Weapon" is pretty powerful, though it's more anti-organised religion, than just religion in general.

I'm not 100% sure on the beliefs of the band members, but the lead singer is a Taoist. 

The metal band Celeste has a lot of anti-god lyrics, but they are all in french.  :) 

honestly, a lot of European metal has a very strong "anti god" mentality to it, if your into that style of music. 

Lastly, the song "Roll Away Your Stone" by Mumford and Sons was actually linked to me by an Agnostic friend who said he found it could be interpreted from a freethinker's point of view.  I do see what he means (minus the "soul" part).

Comment by Timmy Champ on September 30, 2012 at 3:19pm

Check out one of my songs that discusses many aspects of my life as an atheist and my quest for meaning.

Quest For Meaning

Some feedback would be great!! 

Comment by Noah Wiles on July 17, 2012 at 11:37am

It has been curious to me, as I seek out atheist, skeptic and science influenced music, how what I have been finding and enjoying the most are hip hop artists.  This is curious to me because it is a style I've never really listened to or particularly enjoyed.  I've come to realize that it's not the music, but the lyrical content that I didn't connect with.  Now that there are lyrics that I connect with I've discovered I do enjoy the music style as well.  I'm really enjoying Tombstone da Deadman right now.  I've been listening to him and Greydon Square a lot. - Tombstone da Deadman

Comment by Iszil on July 1, 2012 at 12:06am

I wanted to share with you this song I wrote. It's a satire about christianism.

http://soundcloud.com/iszil/get-on-your-knees-and-crawl

Comment by Randall Ortega on February 11, 2012 at 6:47pm

phenomenauts!

nerdy rockabilly group that mocked harold camping's doomsday prophecy by going to his offices and releasing blow-up dolls that were attached to balloons.

rapture shenanigans

Comment by Syqnys on November 16, 2011 at 8:58pm
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