Daydream Machine: The Show Must Not Go On

Following their 2014 debut, Twin Idols, Portland's Daydream Machine have just released their new album, The Show Must Not Go On via Picture In My Ear. Off it three videos have been already brought to light so far, all matching ideally the band's far-out style which incorporates elements of neo-psychedelia, shoegaze and Britpop.

In Daydream Machine's case, mentions to the early to mid nineties are inescapable. Although the album appears like an unequaled highlight for today's standards, the sounds of bands like The Jesus And Mary Chain, The Brian Jonestown Massacre, The Stone Roses or The Dandy Warhols seem like the most valid points of reference to describe the band's colorful and noisy vibe. Daydream Machine fit right into that spirited group, where without emulating anyone, they sound homely and comfortable, in all the excellence contributed by those jangly guitars, spaced out drones, super saturated colors and psyched out kaleidoscopes.

The three clips off the new album stream right below, followed by a little something more in audio format.

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