Tag Archives: Flying Machines

Indie Music Interviews: Late Cambrian


Indie Music Interviews: Late Cambrian Hailing from Brooklyn, New York, indie rockers Late Cambrian write melody driven indie rock with existentially charged lyrics. I recently got to chat with the band’s front man, John Wlaysewski about the future of Late Cambrian, traveling to Hong Kong, and Ryan Gosling. Gravy and Biscuits: How did you guys come together to form Late ...

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Up and Coming Artist: Flying Machines


Flying Machines have been my favorite almost-famous band for awhile now. I have followed their progress since they were a three-piece young group called The Attorneys, a buzzworthy New York City band who were winning contests and awards left and right.  They soon added another member, and a name change later, they had put out a new record out on ...

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G&B September 2010 Free Mix Tape

Gravy and Biscuits 9-2010 Mix Tape

You may wonder why there’s two tracks by Flying Machines on this month’s free mix tape.  That’s because I happen to be old-school about mix tapes.  I want the songs to flow from one to the next, to fit together like a puzzle, and even though I tested out lots of songs from some of the newest albums that have ...

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PANGEA: “Citizens of the World” Video Premieres on Yahoo! Music

Citizens of the World

If you know anything about me, you know how much I love the Flying Machines, how they, over the past few years, have come to be a little piece of the fabric of my life (like Cotton!), fibers of sheer power-pop goodness that make life a little more smiley and more manageable.  These guys have been on the verge of ...

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