Machine Love | Pushing West

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Pushing West

by Machine Love

Chillout moods, sexy vibes, retro funk. Trip Hop meets Space Rock. Think Thievery Corporation meets Pink Floyd or Zero 7 meets Porcupine Tree. Also sounds like Massive Attack, The Flaming Lips, Beck & Rain Tree Crow
Genre: Rock: Progressive Rock
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1. True Love Turbine
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2. Sun Skin Kiss
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3. Pushing West
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4. Delicious Dust
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5. Phantom Ranch
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6. Igloo Cinema
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7. Energy Weirdness
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8. Beta Babe
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9. Dream Switch
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10. Laslo's Return
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Machine Love is an instrumental down-tempo, trip hop-space rock artist from the San Francisco Bay Area. Their music has been described as ambient groove, sexy chill-out, and electronica soul. The Machine Love signature sound creates an atmosphere that you can either ease back and get into or get up and groove with.

Released in 2006 “Pushing West” is Machine Love's fourth full-length release.

Influences include psychedelic, lounge, jazz, funk, and rock artists such as Thievery Corporation, Fila Brazilia, Visit Venus, Air, Pink Floyd, Cocteau Twins, Herbie Hancock, Porcupine Tree, Rise Robots Rise, Gus Gus, The Flaming Lips, Beck, Coldplay and Miles Davis. Here's what some reviewers have said:

"This is just straight-up 'Booty-music', kinda like updated porno-funk...but better" -- ElectronicScene

"…The future sound of downtown without the bother of babble…” --


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absolutely awesome, radical dude!
great music, for me, has always provided this weird feeling, like i want to die. i know it sounds wack, but i explain it to myself as though i should die, because i am so perfectly blissful, that it would be an immaculate time to end (or begin anew, whatever). pUSHING wEST does this. since the first listen, to the twenty-third (rough estimate)after having it just less than a week. this could be mACHINE lOVE's best album yet. classic psychedelic meets some kind of new drug with a contemporary techno mentality. cool + sweet.

Dag Fjellby

Interesting and powerful music!
Space Rock, Funk and Techno meet Massive Attack! This is something different that stands out from the crowd. Here you get almost all kinds and styles of music in one album. Full of energy, and puts both my speakers and my headphones to the test;) This is really an awesome album. For those who care for trip hop-space rock, groove, progressive techno, it’s just to say one thing; BUY THE CD! 5 Stars!

Dave Bishop

Psychedelic Beauty!
I recently became a fan of these guys. Still can't believe I never heard of them earlier. This album is one of there best. Absolute stunning music. The guitar and keyboard interplay are fabulous. Don't hesitate to get all their albums. I hope they keep making music for a long time!!

Cliff Yankovich

Another winner from Machine Love
This band makes me wish I lived in San Francisco (Gawd, did I just say that?) just so I could catch them live. How about: This band is the best thing to come out of San Francisco since sourdough bread. Great music to work to, great music to walk the dog to, great music to sip adult beverages to. Great music period. Do yourself (or selves) a favor and buy it.