Pseudo Echo – MACHINE Tour 2024

Get ready to rock to the iconic sounds of the eighties with the legendary Pseudo Echo. Right off the back of their massive national theatre tour, the band will now bring their show, featuring epic lighting and visuals, to the clubs for the 2024 MACHINE Tour.

Best known for their international #1 smash hit Funky Town, Pseudo Echo revolutionized the music landscape with their avante-garde style and hits like Listening, A Beat For You, Don’t Go, Living In A Dream and Love An Adventure.

The band exploded onto the charts after their history-making performance on Countdown, becoming the first unsigned band to appear on the show. Soon after Pseudo Echo signed a major record deal with EMI, receiving fifteen Gold/Platinum album/singles, multiple awards including Australia’s Most Popular Band, Most Popular Male Performer (Brian Canham), twelve ARIA nominations including Best Producer (Brian Canham), and Grand Prize at the Tokyo World Popular Song Festival. The band have embarked on several world tours, appearing on television shows along the way including Top of the Pops, The Dick Clarke Show, The Joan Rivers Show, and MTV Live At The Ritz, to name a few.

Fast forward to 2024, Pseudo Echo celebrate the 40th anniversary of Listening with a fresh new Remix from the forthcoming MACHINE album.

Pseudo Echo …  the unstoppable MACHINE … Tickets on sale now.

REVIEWS:

“A masterclass of professionalism and performance … by the end the crowd were screaming and yahooing like it was 1985”.

(Damien, The Live Wire)

The dynamic power and sheer energy of the band were without exaggeration, revolutionary”.

(Stu Robertson, 101FM Radio Presenter)

“The band members take to the stage with the confidence that comes from knowing that you’re world class, and proceed to blast the ecstatic audience with a solid set of brutal pop. Their music is still fresh and current, and has taken on a harder, darker and more masculine edge … they’re impossible not to dance to.”

(Kathryn Van Beek, journalist)

“One of the most iconic and influential bands going around, that had a kit bag so full of big hit singles, so catchy and likeable, that even if you didn’t follow the band, you still knew who they were. Tonight was no different, great tunes, great sound, done well!”

Rob Lyon (Hi-Fi Way)

“I’ve seen them about a dozen times since their first gigs in 1982, this was their finest by far, visually, sonically, musicianship-wise, Brian in slick sharp form, wielding his axe … the band played a blistering set.”

Dan Webb