Q: There is something to be said for a name. Sometimes it means something, other times it just sounded right. Where did your band name come from?
Beauty In The Machine: When the idea for this band started I wrote a song called “Again”. After it was done I found it hard to think of what the act would be called. Until I played the song for a film director I know. And he with one listen said. This sounds like a band called “Beauty In The Machine”
Q: Describe the music you make. (Give details to its sound, lyrics, and structure)
Beauty In The Machine: Indie Electronic Rock probably paints the best picture. We purposely use the technology available to us now and blend it with our dance music and rock n roll backgrounds. We also focus on giving our songs a pop structure. Lyrically we draw from personal relationships and life experiences. It’s important for our songs to be relatable to our audience. Like the songs, we grew up listening to.
Q: What formats do you prefer to release your music on? Digital, CD, Vinyl, Cassette, All the above?
Beauty In The Machine: Digital.
Q: Your current single playing on TUA's list tell us about the song. If there is a music video that goes with it, please share the link.
Beauty In The Machine: here is no official music video. The song is called “13 Days” and it’s a song written about meeting my current girlfriend and how we spent our first 13 Days together. In essence is a song about falling in love.
Q: In your opinion why is playlisting important or not important to you and music? What suggestions might you give to other bands wanting to utilize Spotify to its fullest?
Beauty In The Machine: It’s important because in today’s market it’s a primary way people discover new music. And as an indie act that’s one of the biggest hurdles we face.