A Million Machines began in 2013 from Silverlake, CA wtih producer/multi-instrumentalist MIG (The New Room) and singer Fate Fatal (The Deep Eynde).
Fusing low-res electronic noise and pop hooks so effortlessly that it can seem accidental, A Million Machines began as a one-off band playing warehouse parties in Downtown Los Angeles, which led them to be showcased on local college radio station, KXLU in Los Angeles.
Being still early in their career, Million's sound has quickly progressed to incorporate various areas of electronic music; electroclash, shoegaze, synth punk and electropop. From their second single, TECH SUPPORT; a gritty post electropunk song, to DILEMMA - a much darker electro goth piece, the band clearly has a considerable expectation to encompass much of the electronic catalog.
MIG's ten year experience with his band THE NEW ROOM definitive sound textures and layering come with heavy influences from Wire, Kraftwerk and the Editors; while Fatal's twenty years with gothic band, THE DEEP EYNDE has given him the experiance to deliver gritty and divers vocal styles that channel 80/90's influnces of Dave Gahan (Depeche Mode), and Trent Reznor (Nine Inch Nails).
In fall of 2013, their first 7" single ,TWO FACE, originally premiered in Razorcake and Maximum Rock n Roll Magazines to the limited vinyl release of 300 copies.
Their full length debut album titled A Million Machines is scheduled for release in Summer 2014.