Cream Machine
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Cream Machine

Toronto, Ontario, Canada | Established. Jan 01, 2016 | SELF

Toronto, Ontario, Canada | SELF
Established on Jan, 2016
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Cream Machine: An assemblage of elements bound together by common purpose to produce only the creamiest of crops. (Merriam-Webster Dictionary)

Cream Machine is a Toronto-based band proving you with the straight 38%. When it comes to their music, there’s no filler. Every song is pumped full of dance-y beats and hook-y melodies. But, there’s no shortage in the kind of ripping guitar solos and funky drummin’ one might expect from a band like The Red Hot Chili Peppers. Yet, Cream Machine has their own sound. Something akin to a cross between Daft Punk and Maroon 5.

The band is comprised of Max Black (Vox & Guitar), Austin Gembora (Drums), Sean Dennis (Bass), and Megan Worthy (Keys); all graduates of Humber College’s Bachelor of Music Program. Collectively, the band has studied music and production under the tutelage of many renown musicians such as Rik Emmett (Triumph), Greg Kavanagh, Ted Quinlan, Danny Greenspoon, Bruce Cassidy (Blood Sweat and Tears), and more.

Cream Machine band mates Max and Austin shared a passion for tight grooves and catchy tunes. This mutual interest, as well as working together on a few school-related projects, led the pair to jam frequently during their final year at Humber. One summer night in 2015, Max and Austin were playing a cover gig together. At the last minute their keys player dropped out. Sean came to the rescue…

He slayed the keys that night, but as it turned out, he also served up a deep groove on the bass guitar. Weeks later, the trio began churning out a handful of originals with Sean slappin’ da bass. Their frothy tunes were beguiling and tight from the start, yet they were missing one ‘key’ ingredient: some velvety keys to fatten up the sound. Buttery keys goddess Megan answered their call and after just one rehearsal, the Cream Machine engine snarled to life. Now the Machine is humming and on the loose, providing you with the straight 38%.

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