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Secret Machines

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Album Review

Between their last album — 2006's Ten Silver Drops — and 2008's Secret Machines, the Secret Machines lost vocalist and guitarist Ben Curtis and gained ex-Tripping Daisy guitarist Phil Karnats. The switch hasn't done much damage to their arena-friendly sound, as Karnats favors the same mix of heavy riffage and noodly psych and Brandon Curtis handles the vocals with back-row projection and gusto. This is good news for fans of Ten Silver Drops; anyone looking for a change may be disappointed.

Biography

Formed: 2000 in Dallas, TX

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Revealing a sharp songwriting instinct and unfolding a distinct indie rock influence, Secret Machines unveil singular scenarios and refined tunes within the alternative pop/rock scene. Benjamin Curtis (guitar/vocals), Josh Garza (drums), and Brandon Curtis (bass/vocals) formed Secret Machines in the midst of summer of 2000, in Dallas, TX. The trio swiftly managed to create its own sounding marks, mostly due to a common musical and band experience. Before forming the Machines, the Curtis brothers...
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