Better Machines Release Show

Friday, June 24, Mays Landing VFW Hall

By Sean McCall

            Better Machines is an up and coming band from Hammonton, NJ, a place where the local music scene is at a very strong point.  Many of the members of this band are involved in other bands such as Family Values, Clearview, Samsara, etc.  Their new EP, Honesty, was recorded by one of their own members at Blue Light Digital Sound.  Blue Light is a Broadcasting and Media Production music space located in Mount Holly, New Jersey.  They have worked with a number of local bands and musicians such as Space Cadets, Tides of Deception, and Tru Elite to name a few.

Blue Light Digital Sound Studio – Photo Courtesy of Blue Light Digital Sound Studios Facebook page )

Blue Light Digital Sound Studio – Photo Courtesy of Blue Light Digital Sound Studios Facebook page )

           This release show will be held on June 24, 2016 at the Mays Landing VFW hall through Emerson and Grandaire Booking.  The show will be $8 ($6 before the first band) and it starts at 5:30PM.  Get there early and save yourself that two dollars so you can go to Taco Bell after the show.  You will thank me later.

Featuring bands:

Tie Goes To The Runner

Atlantic City, NJ sing-along dude rock / indie prog funcore fusion

Downer

Tabernacle, NJ Ambient, loud, emotional

Living Means (NY)

New York Alternative Rock

Firestarter (NY)

New York Pop Punk

Your Persona

Hammonton, NJ Post-Hardcore

Better Machines

Hammonton, NJ Post-Punk

You can stream Better Machines, Honesty, via YouTube
HERE

Clearview will also be debuting their second official Music Video for their song, “Next Two Years,” filmed by Danceondeadman at the Sunroom.

Be sure to check into their Facebook event to confirm you’re attending!

About the Writer

Sean McCall is a Music Business Technology Major studying at Rowan University with a Minor in Theatre.  He has been attending shows and events since he was in middle school and has had his own band he’s been involved in for about 7 years called Breaking Tradition.  He has been actively involved in the music scene since he was young and holds an overall passion for all types of music.  He has an ear for music and tries to pick up as many instruments as he can.  Sean has sung in multiple competitive honor choirs throughout the country, ranging from All-State Honor Choir to as far as All-National Honor Choir, and plans to take off in the Music Industry in as many ways possible.  Sean also recently helped book a show in Glassboro with his friends, Alex LaVallee and Alex Bradley, and plans to book many more independent shows in the near future.  With a passion for music, bands, and the overall scene, he is adding music journalism to his resumé to contribute even further into this talented area we call home.