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Machine Mass

Machine Mass
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Originally born as a side-project of douBt, this new trio led by Tony Bianco (drums, loops) and Michel Delville (guitar, bouzouki, live effects) also includes emerging Belgian talent Jordi Grognard on saxophones, bass clarinet and flute. Bianco and Delville also work as a duo called Machine Mass, and Delville is in The Wrong Object.
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Releases on file (3)
Machine Mass — Plays Hendrix Machine Mass — Plays Hendrix
(Moonjune MJR, 2017, CD)
Machine Mass featuring Dave Liebman — Inti Machine Mass featuring Dave Liebman — Inti
(Moonjune MJR060, 2012, CD)
Machine Mass Trio — As Real as Thinking Machine Mass Trio — As Real as Thinking
(Moonjune MJR041, 2011, CD)

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