About Electric Love Machine
Electric Love Machine is a Future Wave/Space Disco quartet from Baltimore MD. Their style was born out of the Livetronica/Jam Band scene, and since it’s inception has morphed into a musical powerhouse with masterful songwriting and roller coaster jams. Over the past five years their sound has
evolved considerably while touching on the entire spectrum of human emotion; mixing the dark with the light, the pop with the jam, the disco with the metal, all while sprinkling retro, funky overtones throughout.
The band has gone through a few lineup changes but has stayed mainly comprised of Jon Wood on guitar and vocals, Jon Brady on keys and vocals, and Alex Lang on bass. The band has consistently played close to or more than 100 shows a year and has had a considerable amount of time to hone their craft. Their high energy performances are often accompanied by mind bending visuals by the incomparable Jack Thomas that complement the music and it’s driving improvisational nature.
”Love Deluxe”, Electric Love Machine’s second album, was released in April of 2017 to overwhelmingly positive reviews and is a culmination of the past few years of the band’s writing. ”Xenofonex”, the band’s first studio effort was released in 2013 and contains many of the band’s classics. A live album titled ”Res Hits Vol. 1” is being finalized and will be available for digital download in the near future as well as the first EP in a duology titled ”Future Creatures Pt.1”.
Electric Love Machine is touring the Mid Atlantic, Northeast, and Southeast regions relentlessly in 2018 and a full schedule and additional media can be found on their website www.ElectricLoveMachine.com
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