The Secret Machines' Now Here is Nowhere seems to be one of the breakout albums of 2004, all the hipper-than-thou rockers and buzz mags seem to be talkin' about it. Is it really great, or does it just have Warner's money fueling the buzz? Utilizing a fuzzed-out, heavy drum track that breaks into a storm of guitar squawk and bolts of electronic squeals, these Texans make an immediate first impression. Their psychedelic-pop show features both big guitars and narcotic nod-offs. The last six tracks on this album link are part of a Warner music sampler.

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