Fingers Cut Megamachine
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Fingers Cut Megamachine (alternately Fingers-Cut, Megamachine!) is a Los Angeles-based indie/folk rock band led by Devon Williams, formerly of the Southern California punk band Osker. Fingers Cut Megamachine draw influences from indie, pop, country music, as well as traditional American acoustic folk music. Although frequently compared with Iron & Wine, Wilco, and Bright Eyes, Fingers Cut Megamachine's sound is uniquely characteristic.
In July and August 2006, he toured (and sold a demo with new material) under his own name instead of the Fingers Cut Megamachine moniker. Dave Benitez (formerly of Osker and part-time member of Fingers Cut Megamachine) is now part of a new project called The Black Heartthrobs. Although nothing was announced officially, it seems that Williams is now operating under his own name solely.
- Color Tub (2004, Aggravated Music)
- Fingers Cut Megamachine (2005, Thick Records)
- Fingers Cut Megamachine! 7 inch (2002, Aggravated Music)
- 3 Song Demo CD (2002, Aggravated Music)
- 7 inch Split with Kurt Vile (2003, Foxhole Atheist Records)
- Pipe Dreams (2005, Thick Records)
- Reno Live From Reno (2006, Self Released - Limited to 50 copies)
- 4Song Demo CD (Oct 06, Self-Released) Under the name Devon Williams
- The Aggravated Music BBQ Sampler (2004, Aggravated Music)