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Machine Elves / Press

“Upon receiving Machine Elves’ debut full-length CD “Fancy Suits & Cigarettes”, I was shocked to find out that this band has not been signed to a major label. After listening to every track, I assumed that this was the bands choice to remain Independent, as any label to pass on signing them must be completely insane. Either that, or just plain hard of hearing.”

“Imagine a roller coaster ride blasting Pink Floyd through a Queensryche concert while sitting next to AC/DC and Motley Crue. Take that ultimate party soundtrack and light it on fire. ME’s first attempt is much more than just ‘sounds like’s’ and ‘reminds me of’s’. They’re a personality, not a genre.”

“The Machine Elves commanded the stage as if they we’re born there, would probably die there, and the audience were invited to a party the Machine Elves just happened to be throwing.”

"Bang your heads and raise your pinky’s because New York hard rockers Machine Elves’ new album“Fancy Suits and Cigarettes” is a whole lotta fancy and more."

"From the opening assault to the final notes, Fancy Suits and Cigarettes truly encapsulates the diversity of the band. Cool effects, spacey lead guitar lines, rocking riffs mixed with a touch of 80′s metal evolved into modern rock that tastes of Godsmack, Shinedown and the like. Any way you look at it, it’s worth a listen. "

"From beginning to the very end, "Fancy Suits & Cigarettes" is one of those albums that fans of any rock genre can enjoy"

“Machine Elves might just be Brooklyn’s answer to Muse, but with amps that go to “eleven.””

“Some days, it seems as if all new music is doomed to fail, generally because it falls into some sort of pop sensation category. Though for every crappy new artist out there, there’s always one that restores your faith in both music and humanity. As of now, that artist is the upcoming band Machine Elves.”

"after just one listen I realized that I had a new addition to my list of bands in the scene that should break into the big time. "