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A bit sciency. A bit funny.

Formulated to get you grooving full of playful satire, powerful vocals and catchy hooks that may just open your mind!


Solo project of: Nate Eggins

Based in: Brisbane/Meanjin, Australia

Sounds a bit like: They Might Be Giants, Thirsty Merc
For fans of: Tim Minchin, Weird Al Yankovic, Ben Folds 

2023 saw Nate embark on a national tour to promote his debut album 'Road to Reason' and receive the Thornett Award from the Australian Skeptics for "The promotion of reason, science, critical thinking and skepticism through music, art and interactive activities".

The crown jewel of the tour was a very special double sold out live performance to celebrate the album's digital and vinyl release inside the cosmic skydome at the Sir Thomas Brisbane Planetarium during National Science Week.

'Road to Reason', self-produced during 2022, is an eclectic mix of sounds, both funny and serious tones, exploring Nate's path from the darkness of ignorance toward the light of scientific and critical thinking.

Including brand new hits like: 

'The song THEY don't want you to hear' , 'It's Not You, It's Corona' and 'Can You Guess My Star Sign?' featuring Australia's favourite science communicator, Dr Karl Kruszelnicki!

Followers still sing along to his previous hit ‘The Sound a Duck Makes’, taking aim at dishonest medical pretenders and advocating the return of the term 'Quack' and fan favourite song exploring the universe ‘We’re All Aliens, Baby.

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“Are we alone? Where are all the aliens?“. It’s a timeless question everything from the X-Files, Star Trek and Government agencies have attempted to explore, and now ‘We’re All Aliens, Baby’ is giving listeners the chance to step out of their micro-worldview and expand their horizons, once more.
  – Single review, Music is My Muse

Conspiracy of One’s new single 'Don’t Forget To Like!' masks witty wordplay and social commentary under a genuinely solid piece of song-craft.
– Single review, Happy Mag

Attendees of his live shows can expect wit, humour and genuine charm as he welcomes you to share in his passion for

science and critical thinking through music, games, 

crowd participation and more.

Underneath the veneer of fun catchy sounds,

his ultimate goal is to involve YOU.

To encourage new perspectives and critical thought about our modern society; to foster an appreciation for science and rationality; and to see that in a world so full of misinformation, frauds and

fakes, working out for yourself what’s real and what isn’t

might just be a little easier.

From the opening See Food Diet, with its quick-witted lyrics and smooth funky guitar sound, I knew we were in for some fun…
With no doubt I will absolutely be returning to see

Conspiracy of One again!
  – Live show review, GCLive

Such an amazing band! Tight, fun, engaging and

fantastic musicianship and compositions.
  – Live show review, Facebook

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