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Molecules And Carbon - The Story Of Machinista

Molecules And Carbon - The Story Of Machinista

Playing tracks by

Machinista.

Chart positions

This show was 12th in the global electro pop chart.

Welcome to "Molecules And Carbon - The Story Of Machinista".

Machinista are a dark synthpop band based in Sweden and their powerful and melodic sounding music is proving very popular on the independent Electronic music scene and beyond.

In this documentary we take a closer look at their history and releases right from when they started out.

The band have released two very impressive albums "Xenoglossy" and "Garmonbozia" and a third album is due very soon.

This is your chance to find out more about the band and maybe discover their music for the first time, definitely recommended if you love Electronic music!

Visit the bands official homepage: http://www.machinistamusic.com/

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Comments

The Lemon Circus

By my side was like listening to an undiscovered erasure tune :) Heroe was a brave attempt but sadly missed the drama of Bowie's version but interesting nonetheless. Dark Heart Of Me was another top track as was Seconds Minutes Hours. I let the full show wave over me as everything you selected was very pleasant and I've only name-checked a few that stood out to me. Always nice to have an accompanied narration on a bands story :) Well put together Gary.

White Lion Radio

Thanks for your kind words Christian, "Dark Heart Of Me" is my favourite track of theirs, the 2 albums released so far are fantastic. Glad you enjoyed the show mate.

White Lion Radio

Tracks featured in this Documentary:

Molecules And Carbon
By My Side
Heroes
Arizona Lights
The Blues And The Reds
Dark Heart Of Me
Salvation (Vogon Poetry Remix)
Pain Of Every Day
Seconds Minutes Hours
Let Darkness In
Black Tide
All Apologies