World's First Flying Machine
3 Shouts - 2,017 Scrobbles
World’s First Flying Machine were a seven-piece band from Champaign-Urbana. They’ve been called “Noise Folk” and “Freak Pop” and “Oddly Instrumented.” Formed in a University of Illinois dormitory in the fall of 2007, lead singer Ben Campbell and guitarist Chris Howaniec were soon followed by Laura Lynch (violin), Kurt Werner (bass, ukulele, bells), Zane Ranney (drums), Brian McGovern (ukulele, mandolin, bells) and Gautam Srikishan (violin).
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Top SongsTotal plays on Last.fm over the last 6 months
- Inefficient Machines - (3:47) - 10 plays
- That's What Friends Are For - (5:13) - 8 plays
- Billboard - (3:39) - 9 plays
- The Ferris Wheel - (6:12) - 10 plays
- Love is an Art - (4:22) - 4 plays
- Self-Titled - (6:27) - 6 plays
- Butterflies - (4:00) - 3 plays
- Red is Turning Blue - (6:02) - 4 plays
- Intro - (2:30) - 2 plays