Canadian musician and producer played first of his three planned shows for the anniversary of the release of the release of his 1997 album ‘Ocean Machine: Biomech’.
The show took its place at the Hammersmith Apollo in London, U.K. on Friday, March 17th. Performances of the entire album are scheduled to be played this summer in Spain and Bulgaria.
In an interview with “Louder Than War”, Devin had this to say about performing the entire ‘Ocean Machine: Biomech’ live: "It [the Hammersmith gig] is a thing in itself. Yes, it is the 'Ocean Machine' show, but we are able to do some special things for it this time. It is another example of the strange ethos of this band in that at the end of an eight-week tour the second-to-last show is a special show that requires a shit-ton of preparation and effort and rehearsal! [Laughs] We have spent the whole tour working on it. Any days off that we had have been working on 'Ocean Machine'. Any time off we even had on the bus has been about learning the parts and making sure it as good as it can be. My hope is that it will be an event that is very special for everybody, specifically at that venue. I have high hopes for it and I think it's going to be awesome."
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