Scribe Machine, founded in 1998, is the latest in an astounding new wave of electronic acts, loosely grouped in a category often referred to as "intelligent body music" - a mixture of trance-inducing techno, jungle and darkfloor styles intermeshed with haunting melodies and industrially dark noises; reverberating influences from Aphex Twin to Xymox. Behind the Scribe Machine duo is percussionist Cameron Scott, whose programming prowess is mightily augmented by the keyboard and electronic wizardry of Steve Zahler.
In the summer of 1999 Scribe Machine signed a record deal with J-Bird Records and in Jan, 2000 they released their first CD, 'isolation loop'. In 2001 Scribe Machine signed with Plan B Records, owned by the Synthpop duo of Red Flag, and in late 2002 Scribe Machine's second CD 'replicant' was released with a national listening station campaign at Tower Records. Replicant is targeted to be a huge success in all of the electronic and industrial clubs of Europe. In April of 2003 Plan B Records released a single off of 'replicant'. The single 'fragile' was a top ten hit on many College Radio stations.
In 2003 and 2004 Scribe Machine's music has been featured on MTV's Real World/Road Rules Battle Of The Sexes and the all new Real World/Road Rules Challenge: INFERNO.
Scribe Machine's Official Homepage is at www.scribemachine.com