Artist info

Genre

Electronic, Indie, Rock


Sounds like

Bjork, Cornelius, Grand Designs, Gardening Australia


band members

Adrian Mauro - Writer/Maker/shaker Dylan Stewart - Drums n stuff


Influences

Bjork, Tom Waits, Aphex Twin, Clark, Cornelius, Sharon Van Etten, The Drones, Four Tet


Bio

When I was fifteen my older brother passed away from a long battle with leukemia. I inherited his guitar his keyboard and his record collection. In the years that followed I learnt to record and play his instruments, honing my skills on other people’s projects and after years of battling crippling self doubt I finally decided to release music under the moniker Machine Age.

I teamed up with with drummer Dylan Stewart and we’ve toured the country supporting the likes of The Jungle Giants, Holy Holy, #1 Dads, Ainslie Wills and others

Review

Review by Declan Byrne Declan Byrne

21 Oct 2019

Triple J
35

i kept thinking it was going to explode but then it just kept bubbling with this sad energy and never once went over the top. great control on this one.

i kept thinking it was going to explode but then it just kept bubbling with this sad energy and never once went over the top. great control on this one.

Review

Review by Lucy Smith Lucy Smith

15 Oct 2019

Triple J
40

I'm getting a real Muse circa-The Resistance feel from the string section and melodic lines. But with the pacing and industrial chug we've come to love from Machine Age.

I'm getting a real Muse circa-The Resistance feel from the string section and melodic lines. But with the pacing and industrial chug we've come to love from Machine Age.

Review

Review by Gemma Pike Gemma Pike

01 Oct 2019

Triple J
35

I feel like "driving" is a word often used for your music, and once again this has got it in spades. It's pure highway, fifth gear, until the very end when we slowly dive off the cliff when the road runs out.

I feel like "driving" is a word often used for your music, and once again this has got it in spades. It's pure highway, fifth gear, until the very end when we slowly dive off the cliff when the road runs out.