Farrah Interview on The Time Machine
Farrah's latest album is their fourth and The Time Machine Crew was pleased to see the new release arrive at the station at the end of May. The songs that fill the self titled album are pure pop bliss. They released their first single "Terry" back in 1999 but it wasn't until their debut album "Moustache" in 2001 that The Time Machine began to start playing the group on the airwaves in Hawaii. We've been embracing the band's sound for the last nine years and the previous five Christmas seasons were given a nice twist on the FM dial with "Christmas Is Cancelled (This Year)".
The Time Machine was happy to have Farrah on the radio broadcast this past week. Cotton Mather's former drummer, Dana Myzer, joined the band but was unable to be a part of the program last week. Discussing the band's music were Andrew Campbell, Michelle Margherita (The Bad Machines and Montana) and lead vocalist Jez Ashurst. Jez has also written songs recorded by Cliff Richard, Hanson, Boyzone, The Click Five, Will Young, Natalie Bassingthwaighte and Brian McFadden. Michelle, who handles the bass playing duties, also takes on lead vocals on the song "Got The Best Of Me". A wonderful musical delight. The band members were a blast to have on The Time Machine.
Other artists heard on this Maui afternoon FM aircheck include new songs from The School, The Rubinoos and She & Him plus The Smith Bros., Jeff Lynne and Pilot.
Below Video: Farrah's song "Swings & Roundabouts" that is currently in heavy rotation on The Time Machine.
Below Video: Farrah's music video animated from 9400 individual still photographs for "The Fear Of Flying" from 2007 which the band played an impromptu acoustic version on The Time Machine radio broadcast.