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Secret Machines: Barfly, London

Keith Cameron, MOJO, February 2005

FOR A BAND that makes very large music, Secret Machines suit small venues. Doubtless, their flipped-wig headcrunch will soon be laying waste to enormodomes. But pop's commercial imperative logically demands that the only time such bright burning young stars ought play a grothole like the Camden Barfly is either at the very start or the bitter end of their great adventure.

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