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Another Review of Robot Sex Machine

I think this review says it as good as it gets. Read the lovely words of Jason Randall Smith below. Review: When listening to Robot Sex Machine, one might think that Adam De Lucia inhales and exhales musical scales rather than oxygen. As a musician, he has devoted himself to nothing short of excellence on […]
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Kennedy Center Honors

Congratulations to all recipients of the 2013 Kennedy Center Honors! We all grew up listening to Carlos Santana on the radio. I have listened to Herbie Hancock since I was a teenager and especially am a great fan of both those honorees myself. I’ve seen Santana play live a couple of times and almost had […]
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First Review of Robot Sex Machine

Not really feeling this review, but a decent one nonetheless. Lots of inane comparisons to bands who have not been influences of mine. I’d describe it as a boxy review by Alex Henderson: saying more about his expectations than my album. Read it below. Review: When one thinks of jazz that’s on the funky side, […]
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Kraftwerk!

What robot media series would be complete without Kraftwerk!? Okay, the human-likeness of the robots in this video is admittedly a little creepy, more so because the arms and legs are decidedly inhuman. Still, check it out! You’re likely to see more from this group before the series is over. You were warned.
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Tedeschi Trucks Band on Tour

The Tedeschi Trucks Band is on tour promoting their new album Made Up Mind. Tim Lefebvre—always a great source of knowledge for VST purchases; and it humbled me to ask a monster player about replacing a bassist with a machine—has joined the tour fulfilling bass responsibilities and appeared with the band on Conan in the […]
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Never To Be Forgotten

I would be remiss not to mention “The Godfather of Soul” as a musical inspiration of Robot Sex Machine. Not just a cheeky nod in an album title, James Brown is the source of serious grooves and funky rhythm and is acknowledged here once again. This high energy performance was filmed for an Italian TV […]
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