Review Fix Exclusive: Interview with the Machine Elves

It is fair to say that there are as many theories concerning the formulation of a good band as there are theorists, though most can indisputably agree on one common factor: chemistry.

And NYC hard rock quintet, Machine Elves, have their beakers filled to the brim.

Having recently released their debut album, “Fancy Suits and Cigarettes,” Joey Calveri (lead vocals), Louis LaRocco (lead guitar), Frank Fasano (rhythm guitar), Tommy Mitchell (drums) and Howie Blatz (bass and back-up vocals) sat down with Review Fix’s Olga Privman for an interview at their rehearsal studio.

We invite you to listen as they discuss the band’s history, songs and outrageously infectious onstage antics (you will never think of donkeys, diapers and cheese danishes the same way again), as well as a hint of the exciting things to come.

Click the link below to listen in:

Review Fix Exclusive- Interview with the Machine Elves

You can also check out some of their tunes on their ReverbNation page, here.

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Olga Privman

I spent a good decade dabbling in creating metaphysically-inclined narrative fiction and a mercifully short stream of lackluster poetry. A seasoned connoisseur of college majors, I discovered journalism only recently through a mock review for my mock editor, though my respect for the field is hardly laughable. I eventually plan to teach philosophy at a university and write in my free time while traveling the world, scaling mountains and finding other, more creative ways to stimulate adrenaline. Travel journalism, incidentally, would be a dream profession. Potential employers? Feel free to ruthlessly steal me away from the site. I’ll put that overexposed Miss Brown to shame.

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I spent a good decade dabbling in creating metaphysically-inclined narrative fiction and a mercifully short stream of lackluster poetry. A seasoned connoisseur of college majors, I discovered journalism only recently through a mock review for my mock editor, though my respect for the field is hardly laughable. I eventually plan to teach philosophy at a university and write in my free time while traveling the world, scaling mountains and finding other, more creative ways to stimulate adrenaline. Travel journalism, incidentally, would be a dream profession. Potential employers? Feel free to ruthlessly steal me away from the site. I’ll put that overexposed Miss Brown to shame.

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