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Hello, My Name is

by Porky's Groove Machine

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Travis Thayer
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Travis Thayer As a former member of the Groove Machine (or maybe I'm currently estranged?) I hereby affirm that this collection of funky ballads from across the multiverese wholeheartedly exceeds funkspeculations and funkspectations along every possible axis! DRINK RED DOG This album is a vital tool in the valiant war against Sauron and should be deployed liberally across the multiverese for maximum effect. Share this with every being you know! And remember: Every day is better when you end it with a Red Dog. Favorite track: Funky Meditation.
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Double Dip 03:28
Doin' It 02:18
Red Dog 04:33
Funk It Out 03:50
Boogie Down 05:47


Have you felt the funk missing from your life? Feel it no longer. Porky's Groove Machine is bringing it back with their latest release, "Hello, My Name Is,” which drops on March 22nd. An 11-track romp through such topics as seduction by mathematical spreadsheets, the merits of American domestic brews, and the most sinister of party fouls, the double-dip. The album is their zaniest release yet, and their most confident. It’s Porky’s Groove Machine in their element and relishing each moment.

Forged in a remote corner of Wisconsin, Porky's Groove Machine has been freaking and funking since 2011. Their delicious guitar licks, bawdy brass sound, and joyous creativity give their songs a classic funk groove with some ingeniously clever twists. In describing Porky's Groove Machine, "high-energy" would be an understatement. Their live performances are so full of choreographed dance moves and hilarious dialogues, that they not only bring a lively concert, but tell a whimsical story as well. A story populated by the band members themselves; a tranquil squid on the bass guitar, a unicorn tearing up the saxophone, a hot dog with mastery of the trombone, and a red power ranger shredding the guitar, to name just a few of the characters who compose the group.


released March 22, 2019

Nick Allen slapped the bass and yelled.
Ilan Blanck shredded guitar and sang.
Eli Edelman laid it down on congas and perucssion.
Casey Frensz wailed on saxophone and sang.
Matt Lowe blasted trombone and sang.
Luke Rivard beat the drums and screamed.
Marshall Yoes tooted his trumpet and sang.

Rebecca Shuman regaled us with horn on Boogie Down.

Jason McGlone diced and spliced (ie: recorded and mixed) the album at the Hideaway in Minneapolis.
Rob Schlette peppered our ears (ie: mastered) the album at Anthem Mastering.


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