Imagery Machine Portrait, by Ria Burman
Imagery Machine (photo: Ria Burman)

Photos and words by Ria Burman
Imagery Machine, newly formed in November of last year, headlined the Brick & Mortar Monday night, exploding on stage with an interesting mix of indie-rock and dream-state beats. The rich, strong, sultry vocals of Jennie Lynn floated across the pleasure-perfect keys-drum-bass plains, ethereally backed by Daechelle Hernandez.

Imagery Machine’s dynamic synergy rock, rolled and swayed on stage contagiously reaching the crowd, who wowed and awed at the finale when lead guitarist, James Howard leapt from the stage, solo shredding into midnight. Imagery Machine are a great reminder of rock and roll raw and the sweet celebration of wild and free spontaneity.

Their debut self~titled EP is ready for your ear play. Check out “Premium” and the whole thing!