Singer-songwriter Releases Peaceful Plea During Dystopian Times

"Machine Age" has been called "the first truly great song to come at the expense of the world's collective sanity."

With "Machine Age,” Terra Naomi reclaims her place in the cultural zeitgeist, first established ten years ago with her…

A meditation on the culture shock of post-election America, “Machine Age” was written in under an hour, drawing on her year of anger, outrage, fear, depression, and anxiety resulting not just from the election but also something closer to home. Upon the announcement of their wedding, several of her husband's close relatives refused to celebrate the marriage, citing "religious reasons" and claiming the union went "against their faith" -- in their eyes, Naomi and her husband, a transgender man, were "two girls getting married."

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