""It's not too long before Tammany Hall Machine will transform ordinary people into fanatical British school girls.""
""Die-hard fans of purist pop should take this wild ride.""
""…really excellent stuff that deserves to be heard.""
""…a rocking group that packs as much punch as a boxing kangaroo with Abbey Road blaring in his headphones.""
Tammany Hall Machine began in 2003 as a recording project in a dusty garage in Buda, Texas, and has since grown into one of the most exciting live bands currently inhabiting the Austin music scene. Combining the ""sixties pop of the Kinks with the art rock of David Bowie to create a refreshing pop sound with rock grit"" (Austin Music Magazine), the band has gained a loyal following and earned a stellar reputation for both its originality and its raucous live shows.
The band released its self-titled debut album in December 2004, and the record received rave reviews from a variety of local and national publications. In 2006, Tammany Hall Machine was recognized by readers of the Austin Chronicle as one of the best new bands in Austin, and in April of that year, they toured the Midwest, playing a series of highly-successful shows, including an appearance at the International Pop Overthrow Festival in Chicago, Illinois.
In the 2007 Austin Music Awards, Tammany Hall Machine was voted the 10th Best Rock Band and 9th Best Indie Band in Austin, and that same month, the band played a well-received showcase at the SXSW Music Festival.
Tammany Hall Machine's second album, Amateur Saw, was recorded by ex-Halley drummer Scott Oliphant and was mixed by Erik Wofford. The album was released on January 26, 2007.
Geoff Dupree / guitar, vocals
Drew Emmons / bass
Jonathan Kollar / drums
Joel Mullins / vocals, piano
Nick Warrenchuk / trombone, guitar, organ, vocals
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