Mr. A.K.M. Brings Us 'No Serial Killer'

If you're bored in the house, tired of listening to the same ol' songs, from the same ol' artists, I invite you to add some new music to your playlist. Making percussive, bassy sounds emerge from the keys, his music is sure to intrigue your ears.

'No Serial Killer' is the brilliant brainchild of Mr. A.K.M. from Nottingham, England. He plays the piano like a bass guitar, hence the term 'bass piano.' There is no bass guitar on the album. In all my years of working in the music industry, I cannot think of any artist in any genre who uses the piano as a bass guitar. 

Why the name No Serial Killer? Is life getting you down? Are you struggling to appear normal when in public? Are you sick of pretending to be well-adjusted at all times? Well, take heed. All of these frustrations may some day cause you to flip. Think for a minute - when people start to kill, does this happen overnight? Or does the harsh reality of life cause a person to slowly fall apart? A.K.M.'s 

'No Serial Killer' is a music concept designed to eliminate murder in society. If a person feels they're going crazy, before they reach 'the breaking point' they must recognize that to kill others is evil, nasty and to put it mildly, highly inconsiderate. It's not a crime to be insane, so embrace the insanity before it consumes you. We need to establish a world where no killing takes place, especially 'no serial killing'. Think of how many lives we can save. So ask yourself are you with us? The choice is yours.

The album is surprisingly upbeat despite the word "serial killer." Many songs are just a few seconds long, but help to set the tone for the musical masterpieces that follow. And all 32 tracks were composed by the Brit using North American singers. So the project is literally pond jumping. The entire album was done online  so no singers were harmed or put at risk of Covid -19 during the making of "No Serial Killer'

Influences include: Sigue Sigue Sputnik, Rock and Roll of all eras and any music which creates an atmosphere. 'No Serial Killer' is also influenced by movies, TV, video games and life in general.

What's special about this triple-album? There are 32 songs and there are no filler tracks. Every single song we believe is above-average. 

You might have heard them on them BBC Radio recently, but if you missed the broadcast, the entire album can be heard in full here: