Tyler Walker, aka Meth Dad, wants to make you dance.

The marketing genius/eccentric electronic one-man band, based out of Nashville, Tenn., is bringing the party to Savannah with android romantics Chiffon.

Meth Dad and Chiffon opened a dual headliner dance party/concert tour Jan. 9 in New York, and will hit up Savannah's Hang Fire on Jan. 17.

According to Meth Dad's bio page, which is an elaborate story of a life spent in decadence, deceit and downright debacles, is reminiscent of Mark Twain's quote, "Don't let the truth get in the way of a good story."

Here's the first paragraph: "After being canned from the American shot-put team at the 2008 Olympics in Beijing for his 'party boy' attitude, Tyler Walker, aka Meth Dad, vowed to give up his life of ball throwing and embrace one of, well ... ball throwing. In the next three years, he built a name for himself as the biggest and best one-man party show in the galaxy."

When pressed about the authenticity of the story, Walker replied in kind.

"Pretty much just one sentence is true," Walker said. "The one about being the No. 1 party band in the universe is true."

Meth Dad released his first full-length album in January 2013, aptly titled "Posi Vibes." The nine-track album, released by Graveyard Orbit, is chock-full of bombastic electronic pop tunes, similar to acts like Ke$ha and MGMT.

"My last band was on the edge of noise pop," Walker said. "I slowly just became more of a straightforward pop artist, taking cues from Ke$ha and Lady Gaga. Just being extravagant and putting on big shows, making big, huge-sounding pop music."

Walker took his name from the title of an episode of "The Steve Wilkos Show." He liked how it sounded, and it seems to embody his personality in much the same way that his music will get you moving.

If astronauts made love in space, they would probably do it to Chiffon's robotic R&B tunes.

The Baltimore duo just released their third EP, "Marble," a follow-up to the 2013 EP "Cosmic Love Affair."

The smooth R&B/electronic funk of Chiffon is a promiscuous jaunt of syrupy melodies backed by house beats.

After six years in a band together, Chase O'Hara and Amy Reid left to do their own thing. Mixing their own influences, they found something that encompassed the sound they were looking for, but seemed to escape them in previous musical outlets.

"Baltimore has an incredible music scene here," O'Hara said. "Frank Zappa was from here. There's a huge electronic noise scene. There's so much going on here, we just wanted to do our own thing. Amy grew up on '90s R&B and that kind of music, and I was really into electronic music and house.

"We both wanted to combine genres and styles and mix things up and make up our own genre," O'Hara said. "It would be easy to say we're R&B or hip-hop, but if you look at it and quantify it, there are a lot of things happening."

While Chiffon's music is smooth like the fabric it's named after, if you could conceptualize fabric into woven tones, the band still uses a fluid playlist in live shows.

"I think that it's kind of a mixture of really slow syrupy jammers and sexual songs, and then we'll have really intense, upbeat songs, that are kind of Jersey club, house in a big, luscious sound - it kind of melts into itself, " O'Hara said.

Boy Harsher, formerly known as Teen Dream, will be opening the 10 p.m. show. Check the groups' websites for music samples, but more importantly go to Hang Fire and dance.