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Immaculate Machine was a Canadian indie pop band from Victoria, British Columbia, active from 2003 to 2011. The group consisted of Brooke Gallupe on guitar, Kathryn Calder on keyboard, Caitlin Gallupe on bass, Aden Collinge on drums and Jordan Minkoff on guitar. Leslie Rewega occasionally toured with the band playing keyboard and percussion. Brooke Gallupe performs most vocal parts, but Kathryn Calder often joins as a backing vocalist.Read More...
The band's name is taken from the lyrics of "One-Trick Pony" from the album One-Trick Pony by Paul Simon.
The band released The View and Transporter independently before signing to label Mint Records in early 2005.
Their Mint Records debut, Ones and Zeros, came out on September 6, 2005, and they supported the album with a tour of Canada and the United States. That year, Calder also became a sometime member of The New Pornographers, appearing on the album Twin Cinema and touring with the band. She is the niece of New Pornographers leader A.C. Newman.
In early June 2007, the band's song Jarhand, the first single from their third album Immaculate Machine's Fables, was featured as the iTunes free single of the week.
Top SongsTotal plays on Last.fm over the last 6 months
- Jarhand - 70,045 plays
- Dear Confessor - 62,574 plays
- Invention '77 - 31,734 plays
- Broken Ship - 46,969 plays
- C'mon Sea Legs - 50,147 plays
- Roman Statues - 30,887 plays
- Nothing Ever Happens - 26,573 plays
- Blinding Light - 25,398 plays
- Old Flame - 26,615 plays
- Phone No. - 29,729 plays