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Monday, December 16, 2019

Indie Rockers String Machine to Celebrate Their Latest Album's Re-Release at CODA on Jan. 17

Posted By on Mon, Dec 16, 2019 at 1:46 PM

  • David McCandless Photography
Originally a solo project for David Beck, the Pittsburgh-based indie rock act String Machine came to fruition after Beck enlisted a number of friends to help him perform, turning the band into a collective.

The group released its debut, Threads from the Youth Fossil, in 2017 and followed it up this year with Death of the Neon. The band, which includes Cleveland-based cellist Katie Morrow, has just announced that the indie label Know Hope Records has signed the group and will reissue Death of the Neon on Jan. 17.

To celebrate its re-release, the band will perform that same day at CODA with New Jersey-based indie rockers Mandancing and locals Drag Daze and Learning Curve.

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