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10,000 gecs tour 2

100 gecs

with Machine Girl

About 100 gecs

100 gecs, the duo of Dylan Brady and Laura Les, planted their flag on the proverbial pop culture moon with their 2019 debut album 1000 gecs, which was heralded by The New Yorker as, “an impressively precise maximalist exercise with no rules” and “utterly unhinged in the best way possible” by GQ. The innovative project captured the hearts of fans and critics alike – selling out all of their live shows to date along with The New York Times calling it, “some of the savviest pop music of the year,” and Rolling Stone dubbing it “one of 2019’s most exciting debuts.”

In just a few months following the release of 1000 gecs, the band went from playing their first concert from inside the video game Minecraft to selling out shows across the country, proving that their rabid, rapidly multiplying fanbase doesn’t only exist in the far corners of the internet. After their world tour was postponed in the summer of 2020, Brady and Les kept rolling with the release of 1000 gecs...

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About Machine Girl

Machine Girl is a producer turned two piece electropunk-hardcore outfit. Making a name for themselves online for their unique brand of electropunk, They’ve been on year end lists for Noisey, given Eureka! reviews by TinyMixTapes and been shouted out by The Needledrop. In addition to press and accolades from publications, they’ve amassed a rabid online fanbase, spawning dedicated reddit and discord servers. Cutting their teeth on the DIY circuit across North America, Machine Girl have become infamous for their cathartic, unpredictable and destructive performances.

In an interview withRevolver magazine, Stephenson definedMachine Girl as “fucked-up electronic punk” and stated that he didn’t like the “industrial” tag for being “very goth, and very black and white” considering the project “a lot more colorful.” Kerrang! listed them as one of the “bands expanding the definition of hardcore”, and described the project as “a particularly punky and ferocious breed of the electronic sub-genre Breakcore that could easily pass for hardcore when they rip it live.”

Pitchfork defined their style as “relentlessly smashing together bits of punk, Grindcore, rave, industrial, and more” and “unpredictable and dangerous, full of animalistic rage and...

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