Wave Machines


Interviews, Music | by — March 26, 2013



by Joanna Orland

Wave Machines are an English indie/shoegaze/electro-pop band who formed in Liverpool in 2007. The band’s debut album Wave If You’re Really There was released in 2009 and went on to be a critical success. Their follow up Pollen was released on January 21st, 2013 and has seen their success reach new heights.

Post-soundcheck at their charitable gig with Attitude is Everything, an organization set up to improve deaf and disabled people’s access to live music, I got the chance to sit down with lead singer Tim Bruzon to discuss all things Wave Machines.  Press play on the audio under the picture of Wave Machines to listen to Tim and I talk about rejected band names, sound engineering geekiness, the Liverpool music scene, songwriting, and the history of the band.

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