Secret Machines Retro Review: Now Here is Nowhere

Secret Machines

Now Here is Nowhere

Secret Machines Now Here Is Nowhere album cover art

Let’s start the new year at LxL by rewinding the clock 10 years. In 2004, Dallas psych-rock band the Secret Machines released their full-length debut, Now Here is Nowhere, to very little fanfare, but the album stands out as one of the best albums of that year. The reason I have chosen to highlight this album is the recent passing of their lead singer and one of two brothers in the band, Benjamin Curtis, who died of a rare Lymphoma cancer on December 30th. So as a way of highlighting his career, I thought I would cover his best album. And that’s not a small statement for a man involved in 3 noteworthy bands, Tripping Daisies, the Secret Machines, and School of Seven Bells. So onto the album.
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