Members: Jon Wood (Guitar, Vocals), Jon Brady (Keyboards, Vocals), Alex Lang (Bass), Evan Lintz (Drums)
Sounds Like: An outer space adventure through sound that touches on a diverse universe of elements including electronic, traditional Americana, funk, and improvisational jazz.
For Fans Of: Disco Biscuits, Sound Tribe Sector 9, Dopapod,
Bio: Electric Love Machine is an electronic fusion ensemble from Baltimore, Maryland comprised of longtime veterans of the Baltimore music scene. Electric Love Machine features Jon Wood (guitar), Jon Brady (keys), Evan Lintz (drums), and Alex Lang (bass) and has been delivering their brand of danceable electro-funk across the country since they formed in 2013. Their power-house sound has not gone unnoticed as they won the 2016 Maryland Music Award for best Electronic Act. They released their debut album Xenofonex in 2013, followed by their sophomore release Love Deluxe in 2017. Continue reading Electric Love Machine: Outer Space Adventure→
Members: Jonathan Scales (Steel pan drums), Chaisaray Schenck (Drums), Cody Wright (Bass)
Sounds Like: A highly-inventive Miles Davis acid-trip led by steel-drums.
For Fans Of: Bela Fleck, Toubab Krewe, Medeski Martin & Wood
Bio: Jonathan Scales first the started the band in 2007 upon graduation from college. The band went through various line-up changes until it solidified with the addition of bassist Cody Wright in 2011. Drummer Chaisaray Schenck, a college friend of Scales, joined in 2014 to round out the current line-up. Prior to the addition of Wright, Scales released three solo albums. Since the addition of Wright, The Fourchestra has released two albums 2013’s Fourchestra and 2014’s Mixtape Symphony a “dense half-hour long-form album inspired by and dedicated to Roy “Futureman” Wooten.” The album peaked at #6 on the iTunes Jazz Charts.