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Electric Love Machine w/ Natalie Brooke & The Infinity Tribe @ The 8×10 May 13

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Saturday, May 13, 2023
Electric Love Machine w/ Natalie Brooke & The Infinity Tribe

The 8×10
Baltimore, MD

Baltimore’s beloved venue The 8×10 is hosting a night of jamming with Electric Love Machine and Natalie Brooke & The Infinity Tribe on Saturday, May 13. 

This is an 18+ event, and doors open at 7 PM. Buy your tickets using Dice here!

Electric Love Machine is a Future Wave/Space Disco quartet from Baltimore, MD whose style was born out of the Livetronica/Jam Band scene. “Their sound has touched on the entire spectrum of human emotion; mixing the dark with the light, the pop with the jam, the disco with the metal, all while sprinkling retro, funky overtones throughout.” Make sure to check out their first album that contains many of their classics, Xenofonex (2013), their second album Love Deluxe (2017), and their live album titled Res Hits Vol. 1 (2018). 

Come join us for one special night!” the band says. “We’re super excited and hope you can make it ♡.”

Natalie Brooke & The Infinity Tribe is an instrumental jazz fusion band that consists of Brooke (keyboard), Ari Lesser (guitar), Artie Sadtler (bass), and Alex Petropulos (drums) from the Baltimore/D.C. area. Their debut album If I Could Be Infinite was released in Sept. 2022. “I wrote the music back at the end of 2020 and beginning of 2021; in July of last year Ari, Artie, Alex, and I recorded everything in one day, besides a few overdubs and added synths ‘n’ stuff of course,” Brooke said. Their passion, talent, and electric energy exude through their instrumentals. The band is no stranger to The 8×10, and is excited to play yet another fun jam. It will definitely be a great time to check out some local live music! Read more about bandleader Natalie Brooke here

Find more information about The 8×10’s upcoming events here

Alchemical Records contributor Emma Page

Emma Page

Emma Page, a recent Journalism graduate of The George Washington University, possesses a passion for music journalism and storytelling in all its forms. Originally from Baltimore, MD, when she is not writing, she can be found at a local concert or making music of her own.

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