Secret Machines on Secret Machines

The Secret Machines’ third full-length, Secret Machines, came out last week on their own label, TSM Recordings. The band has just unveiled the minimalist approach behind their new set design, revealing a concept that is more theatrical in nature than in the intense rock lighting effects they are known for. Brandon Curtis took an unconventional approach when he enlisted the conceptual talents of one of Europe’s premiere award-winning set designers, Es Devlin, the same woman who Kanye West turned to for his space-themed Touch the Sky tour last year. Ms. Devlin also designed the set and costumes for Philip Glass’s chamber opera Orphee as well as Sally Potter’s extravagant film production of Carmen.

audio:
Atomic Heels.mp3
tour:
Oct 24 Chicago, IL @ Metro*
Oct 25 Madison, WI @ Majestic Theatre*
Oct 27 Denver, CO @ Bluebird Theatre*
Oct 28 Aspen, CO @ Belly Up*
Oct 30 Los Angeles, CA @ Key Club*
Nov 01 San Diego, CA @ Belly Up*
Nov 03 San Francisco, CA @ The Independent*
Nov 05 Portland, OR @ Berbati’s Pan*
Nov 06 Seattle, WA @ Neumos*
Nov 07 Vancouver, BC @ Richards on Richards*
Nov 09 Calgary, AB @ SAIT Polytechnic+
Nov 10 Saskatoon, SK @ Louis’ Pub+
Nov 11 Winnipeg, MB @ Pyramid Cabaret+
Nov 14 London, ON @ Call the Office+
Nov 15 Ottawa, ON @ Babylon+

http://www.thesecretmachines.com/
http://www.myspace.com/secretmachines

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