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The Dream Machine / Press

"Last Wednesday at The Republic was an ambient introspective dreamy sort of night"

"The guys are seasoned now, with some new members,(and) some excellent new tunes. They have big plans and a huge year ahead. Listen to find out what they have cooking,"

"The Dream Machine:bold-faced rock n' reggae" "The Dream Machine has not only been showcasing their new drummer, but has recently livened up the set with a bluesy harmonica, courtesy of Yerb spearheader Luke Wilson. The harmonica finds a surprising niche amidst The Dream Machine's weighty downbeats and Justin Shear's flashy gutar solos, which were indubitably face-melting last Wednesday"

“-Lead Guitarist Justin Shear- "played with a supremely strong hand, not so much dancing around the frets, but digging into them. He owned every solo - had 'em right there in his pocket.'”

“J. Shear belts guitar solos”

“The Dream Machine kindled the crowd..."”

"The Dream Machine played with great control, and their set was solid through and through"

"rock veterans The Dream Machine livened up the crowd" "Frontman Jason Hunnicutt altered his routine raiding of the dance floor by inviting (or maybe ordering) the crowd on to the stage, where they surely were sluiced with the quarts of sweat that he produces every show."

"The Dream Machine ripped through a solid, medley-driven set"

"A supremely groovy night it was at The Republic last Wednesday, as Radio Rubber Room gave us The Dream Machine" "TDM has been on top its game " "They've always been a bit funky, but the needle on the funktitude scale redlined last week."

“Don't miss another night of live local music Richmond.com said is not to be overlooked.”

“impressive bunch of musicians”

“The Dream Machine Sponsors RVA's Open Stage Night”

"They brought their instruments and most of them played stripped down acoustic sets" showed extraordinary talent"

“The Dream Machine w/ Splendid Suns”

Dan Anderson - RVA

“The Dream Machine w/ Splendid Suns”

"with a solid new drummer on the throne and the honorable Gabe Santamaria on bass. Something about Gabe's presence on stage gives me the feeling that, no matter what, everything's going to be alright" "it was evident that frontman Jason Hunnicutt was working with a newfound confidence in the band."

“Downbeat Switch and The Dream Machine.”

"I had more fun last week than I have had in a long time" "a feel-awesome set by TDM"

“I've taken a liking to the newer wave of TDM material. Frontman Jason Hunnicutt recently introduced a handful of his early acoustic work into TDM's live show - songs like Family Tree and Lightweight Traveler, which I catch myself mindlessly humming from time to time. " these more easygoing songs come across as natural to the listener's ear; they're simpler,"”

“TDM's young new drummer Amani Williams has clearly found his niche in the band”

“Radio Rubber Room presented City Problems, a poignantly harmonized acoustic duo, who warmed the crowd for The Dream Machine and the beloved Milkstains. ”

“The Republic reopened with a blast last Wednesday; Radio Rubber Room gave us The Dream Machine and Splendid Suns. It was a novel evening, as the TDM showcased their new drummer, Armani Williams (younger brother of Splendid Suns' drummer, Neko Williams). Rhythm flows through the veins of these young lads, and Armani's presence is an outright blessing. Frontman Jason Hunnicutt refurbished TDM's setlist with some new well-structured songs, all of which were lined with a softer, folkier feel. They weren't necessarily simple songs, but very concise, and the new sound was a fine digression from TDM's typically hard edge.”

", mixing a set of original Southern-style blues rockers with some popular covers and bringing plenty of fun in the process! This group's repertoire is so expansive that they guarantee the set they play Wednesday night to be completely different from the one they played last week."

"And in the end there was The Dream Machine, making sure the crowd got its rock injection for the night. Luckily these guys have something up their sleeve each week, or else I wouldn't have shit to write about. I heard a few new jams happening last week, one of which, titled "Homicidal Dolphins," featured an impressive rap routine. "

"Frontman Jason Hunnicutt recently introduced a handful of his early acoustic work into TDM's live show - songs like Family Tree and Lightweight Traveler, which I catch myself mindlessly humming from time to time. I think these more easygoing songs come across natural to the listener's ear" "Last Wednesday, Radio Rubber Room presented The Dream Machine and bluegrass six-piece Relacksachian."

"They always give us an inventive, pulsing rock show" "The Dream Machine slayed the shit out of the fattened calf as they welcomed back the prodigal son, Jason Kincaid who was in town recording drums on their upcoming debut album."

"These guys have a blast when they play and you can feel it, which is why they make for a felicitous weekly act." "Last week we saw The Dream Machine at their high-energy, booze injected rock routine, debuting their solid new drummer who made a huge impression his second time playing with the band"

"the Tobacco Company will play host to a powerhouse lineup featuring People's Blues of Richmond, The Kindling Kind, The Dream Machine, and Ghost Owls."

"The Dream Machine are taking the rock to a whole new level. With their extensive set of Southern rock/blues originals and popular cover songs..."

"The Dream Machine gave out several fresh tee's to wanting fans that came out in support of their new weekly gig."

"This episode includes RVA music from the dream machine"