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Tiny Machines is a band from LA.


Tiny Machines was conceived when producer/DJ Jon Hobotech Margulies moved to Los Angeles and landed a stone's throw away from a legendary enclave of 1960s musical genius: Laurel Canyon. Although undetected by most, the resonance of Joni Mitchell, Graham Nash and Brian Wilson echoed just loudly enough in Margulies' consciousness to overtake the underground dance producer and inspire him to create the pop album he thought he'd never make.

Margulies joined forces with aprilwhite and Lydia Ooghe --both active singer/songwriter/producers themselves--quickly thereafter and the band, Tiny Machines, was born.

The trio's sound is an intriguing synthesis of old and futuristic sounds, combining complex 1960s-1970s vocal harmonies and 2012 electronic beats with power pop guitar jangle, oscillating basslines and complex, dreamy textures. The result is a rich and diverse sound that sparkles and broods in equal measure.

The band lives in the magical hills of California on El Rancho de Las Maquinas Pequeñas, which is powered by mini bananas, sunshine pop, and a giant hamster wheel generator that is overseen by Florian, Royal Rodent of Wonder: Lord Protector of Pets and Furry Notions, G.V.P.
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"Very art-tastic! It's like Miike Snow meets the Beatles with future-forward sounds and lyrics." --MING/Hood Famous Music

tiny machines Tiny Machines, New York City / Los Angeles, United States

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  • Things Are About To Get A Lot More Possible 3 tracks, 13.33 tiny machines on March 29, 2014 04:41

    1. 1. Red Eye 4.17 435 plays
    2. 2. Common Grace 5.24 3336 plays
    3. 3. This Conversation 3.52 63 plays
  • End Of The World EP 2 tracks, 11.27 tiny machines on December 19, 2012 03:50

    1. 1. It's The End Of The World As We Know It (And I Feel Fine) 4.42 5950 plays
    2. 2. "It's the End Of The World As We Know It (ATOM DEFCON 1 REMIX)," by Tiny Machines 6.45 229 plays
  • Playing The Field 7 tracks, 32.23 tiny machines on October 29, 2011 15:41

    1. 1. We Shall Not Be Moved 4.20 4590 plays
    2. 2. All Come Home 4.31 3878 plays
    3. 3. Tiny Machines 4.21 1831 plays
    4. 4. I Am 3.23 1179 plays
    5. 5. Playing The Field 4.24 1039 plays
    6. 6. Used To Forever 4.40 2046 plays
    7. 7. The 7th Song 6.41 1635 plays

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