More Machine Than Man - Electrolust
Goth, Industrial Are they serious? This is something new for me so I checked out their homepage to see if I could find some facts. This is what I found; More Machine Than Man is a multimedia-project. They combine pictures, film and music on stage to fit in to the de cybergoth/fetish/industri-subculture that they aim at.

Tech and Tasha, yeah, that's what the call themselves, do everything. They make their own clothes, they do all the music and so on. Though they get some help from other artists when they play live.

Think about a typical Hollywood movie that is about some police officers trying to solve a crime. One of the eye witnesses work as a bartender at a fetish bar. Think of the music when they enter the club, that's they way More Machine Than Man sounds like. Like Hollywood.

It's not exciting in any way and their name indicates that to only a few people is foolish enough to make that kind of boring music. So the name fits I guess, More Machine Than Man. Although the record should be renamed Electroangst instead. They are the electro world's answer to Backstreet Boys.

This record gets 3 Oscar statuettes of 10, one for best male haircut, one for a good idea and one for a nice layout.

This review was written 2004 and initially published on Neurozine.com
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More Machine Than Man - Electrolust

3.0
"Terrible"
N/A
Electroracle
Spotify
Released 2001 by Black Flames Records
Are they serious? This is something new for me so I checked out their homepage to see if I could find some facts. This is what I found; More Machine Than Man is a multimedia-project. They combine pictures, film and music on stage to fit in to the de cybergoth/fetish/industri-subculture that they aim at.

Tech and Tasha, yeah, that's what the call themselves, do everything. They make their own clothes, they do all the music and so on. Though they get some help from other artists when they play live.

Think about a typical Hollywood movie that is about some police officers trying to solve a crime. One of the eye witnesses work as a bartender at a fetish bar. Think of the music when they enter the club, that's they way More Machine Than Man sounds like. Like Hollywood.

It's not exciting in any way and their name indicates that to only a few people is foolish enough to make that kind of boring music. So the name fits I guess, More Machine Than Man. Although the record should be renamed Electroangst instead. They are the electro world's answer to Backstreet Boys.

This record gets 3 Oscar statuettes of 10, one for best male haircut, one for a good idea and one for a nice layout.

This review was written 2004 and initially published on Neurozine.com Jan 01 2004

John Wikström

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