Dying Machines

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Dying Machines
Dying Machines, live on stage, 2012.jpg
Background information
Origin New Orleans, Louisiana, United States
Genres Ambient, post-rock, shoegazing, neoclassical, experimental
Years active 2011–present
Labels Mush Records
Website http://www.dyingmachines.com/
Members Thomas Buschbach

Dying Machines is the creation of New Orleans multi-instrumentalist and producer Thomas Buschbach (born June 13, 1978). Dying Machines combines droning guitars with classical instrumentation into cinematic music that is similar in style to Hans Zimmer, Stars of the Lid, Arvo Pärt and John Murphy (composer), all of whom have been cited as influences on Dying Machines' style.[1]

Dying Machines is currently signed to Mush Records, who released Nicht Sprechen and What I Have Not Forgotten in 2012 and 2013 respectively. Both EPs were critically well-received[2][3][4][5][6][7] despite the relative obscurity of the genre.

A new release entitled Someday Home is tentatively scheduled for July 2014.[8]

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