Strike that last post – besides our show on October 17, we’re doing the Beach Boys thing again on October 12! Lola’s in Fort Worth is hosting the Fort Worth Rock Assembly Redux, a reunion of some of us Rock Assembly bands plus a newcomer.
The Rock Assembly Redux features:
We the Sea Lions performing The Cure
Panic Volcanic performing Deep Purple
Lindby performing David Bowie
Us performing The Beach Boys
Bomb Atomic – their cover subject TBA
Doors open at 7:00, show starts at 8:00. $8 for 21 & up, $10 under 21.
Hey y’all! We had a GREAT time this last weekend at Shipping & Receiving in Fort Worth and City Tavern in Dallas. Thanks to everybody who came out to see us!
We’ll have more details soon, but we just wanted to let you know that our next show will be on Thursday, October 17, at Lola’s in Fort Worth. We’ll be headlining, and the other bands on the bill are Royal Savages, Svenny Baby, and House of Lions, who are coming all the way from the UK. It should be a blast!
We have a big, short-notice show this Sunday (7/21) at the famed Lola’s Saloon here in Fort Worth! We’re headlining, the awesomeness that is Panic Volcanic is the middle act, and the great SpiderFriends is opening (this is also their farewell show).
It’s our first time with both of these great bands, so let’s get out there and give everybody a big crowd! We’re even starting the show an hour earlier than usual, so you don’t have to be out too late on a Sunday. Doors are at 8:00, and SpiderFriends kicks off the fun at 9:00. It’s just $5 to get in ($9 if you’re under 21) and it’s all ages.
Our next show is coming up this Saturday, and we’re really excited about this one. Everybody’s favorite local radio show The Good Show over on KTCU is putting on another installment of their live music series at Lola’s, and they’re having us open the show. We’re followed by the talented folks of Foxtrot Uniform and headliner Dove Hunter.
The fun starts at 10:00, and it’s all ages – $8 over 21, $10 under 21.
There’s more – Saturday morning, we’ll be in the KTCU studio appearing on The Good Show along with Foxtrot Uniform and Dove Hunter for an interview. Don’t forget to tune in!
Fresh from our friend Melissa Claire Photography comes this batch of photos from our concert at Lola’s Saloon last week on the 6th. We had a ton of fun, and Melissa got some awesome shots of the action!
Huge, huge thanks to Melissa Claire Photography for taking these shots and giving us permission to share them here! Click on a thumbnail to embiggen:
We are very generously being joined by Lindby drummer Logan Bowers for this show, for which we are very appreciative. It’s going to be a fun night, so come on out Wednesday to see us break your hump day blues!
Hey there, fan land! It’s been a little while since we talked, but it’s time to get y’all up to speed on the latest happenings in Diabolical Machinesville. We’ve been working hard on reformulating things with the new lineup, and we’ve got the first fruits of our labor to share:
First, the big news – we’ve put out a new song! It’s called “Artoria,” and you can grab it on our Bandcamp page (name your own price, anywhere from “zero” to “eleventy billion dollars” or anywhere in between) or stream it below:
“Artoria” was written by Steph and features her on guitar and lead vocal, Harley on guitar and backing vocals, and Kevin on electric uke, bass guitar, drum track, and backing vocals. It was recorded in our ad hoc home studio by Kevin and Harley and the production is by Kevin.
Next, we’ve got some shows coming up to tell y’all about! We’ve got three shows currently booked for the spring:
More show news! We’re playing the famed Lola’s Saloon on 6th Street in Fort Worth on Thursday, November 15th! This should be a fun one – we’re opening for Lindby and Tim Platt & All That Is Beautiful. More details, including times, coming soon!