Posts Tagged ‘turing machine’
Even though it seems like Turing Machine have taken a huge leap and started sounding like Trans Am or something, I think they still deserve an honourable mention considering their previous merits. Few other bands have made as defining records as A New Machine For Living and the 2004 follow-up Zwei. And that’s why releasing a third one shouldn’t go unnoticed.
Temporary Residence news update:
HOLY BALLS NEW IT’S A NEW TURING MACHINE RECORD!!!
Way back in the early oughts we tried to sign one of our favorite power trios ever, the mighty Brooklyn beast that is Turing Machine. It might have taken them nearly a decade to respond to our advances, but better late than never, we say (especially when the record is this damned good). ‘What Is The Meaning Of What’ is Turing Machine’s third album in 15 years. Certainly not the most prolific, but what they lack in timeliness they more than make up for in bone-rattling badass beats. Seriously, this is not to be passed on. The first 100 vinyl pre-orders will receive limited edition pink swirl vinyl! This is a pre-order and will ship on or around April 15.
The Drift has released a new album, Blue Hour, that I’ll hopefully hear the full version of soon. Much excitement, especially because this track, Dark Passage, sounds amazing. What I like a lot, also, is the video that truly reminds me of these French railway commercials featuring Turing Machine.