• Kyle Malone               Brian Kenney               Gorden Mack
                  Drums/Vocals              Bass/Vocals              Guitar/Vocals

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Where we playing?

4/21/20-18 Mardi Gras in Redwood City
3/31/20-18 Mardi Gras in Redwood City
3/3/2018: Winters Tavern in Pacifica
12/16/2017: Mardis Gras in Redwood City
12/9/2017:  Slap Face in FremonT
11/3/2017: The Bistro in Hayward
8/11/2017: Ivy Room in Albany
8/5/2017: Pine Street in Livermore
7/12/2017: Winters Tavern in Pacifica
5/20/2017: Stork Club in Oakland
3/15/2017: Blue Lagoon in Santa Cruz
3/10/2017: Neck of the Woods in San Francisco
3/7/2017: Brick & Mortar in San Francisco
1/28/2017: the Starry Plough in Berkeley
10/21/2016: Mojo's in Fremont
09/24/2016: The Gilman in Berkeley
07/30/2016: X Bar in Cupertino
07/28/2016: The Sand Bar Capitola
07/22/2016: The Red Hat in Concord

06/10/2016: The Mojo Lounge in Fremont
06/08/2016: The Brick & Mortar in San Francisco
06/04/2016: JJs in San Jose
06/03/2016: The Sand Bar in Capitola
05/21/2016: The Bistro in Hayward
04/29/2016: Lennon Studios in San Francisco
03/15/2016: Boccis in Santa Cruz
03/10/2016: Expressions Studio in Emeryville
03/05/2016: Showdown in San Francisco
02/26/2016: Back Bar in San Jose
02/20/2016: Benders in San Francisco
02/01/2016: Slims in San Francisco
01/23/2016: Stork in Oakland
10/07/2015: Rockbar in San Jose
09/05/2015: Jonny V's in San Jose
07/28/2015: Slims in San Francisco
07/22/2015: Rockbar in San Jose
07/17/2015: Red Hat in Oakland

03/28/2015: Red Hat in Oakland
03/21/2015: Britanmia Arms in Cupertino
01/16/2015: Mojo Lounge in Fremont
01/09/2015: Blue Lagon in Santa Cruz
01/03/2015: Neck of the Woods in San Francisco
12/20/2014: Back Bar in San Jose
12/07/2014: DNA Lounge in San Francisco
11/22/2014: Docs Lab in San Francisco
11/19/2014: Stork Club in Oakland
11/05/2014: Stork Club in Oakland
10/29/2014: The Bistro in Hayward
10/03/2014: Winters Tavern in Pacifica
08/16/2014: Quarter Note in Sunnyvale
07/11/2014: Winters Tavern in Pacifica
03/24/2014: Tupelo in San Francisco
03/15/2015: MilBar in San Francisco
02/26/2015: Maggie McGarry's in San Francisco
02/06/2015: Great American Music Hall in San Francisco


About the Band


Earthquakes, surfboards, gold, and technology symbolize the pioneer spirit of the San Francisco Bay Area. Visionary artists and music legends, from jazz to punk to psychedelia, constantly re-invent boundaries of style and music. From this genre-fusing playground comes Trez Maschine.

“Punkadelic” is a more precise term for the music of Trez Maschine, The hard-edged power trio plays with “a mechanical tightness, like three machines,” like happy engines with human souls. TM draws comparisons to the progressive rock wavelengths of Queens of the Stone Age, Primus, King Crimson, Rush, and Oingo Boingo. After a string of well-received concerts and recordings, Trez Maschine have found their own platform.

Guitarist/vocalist Gorden Mack first gained eminence with the acclaimed “slowcore” band, Red House Painters (RHP), whose music has appeared in several film soundtracks while they were signed to 4AD Records (the British label noted for it’s roster of trailblazing alternative rock artists). With RHP, Mack pioneered his brand of “guitar-scaping,” a rich blend of melodic dexterity layered with inventive effects. In Trez Maschine, Mack’s aural explorations go forward with speed and technicality.

Fast forward to an ad in BAM Magazine that connected Mack with Red House Painters. That band successfully rode the wave of venturesome grunge and alternative rock of the 1990s, taking Mack overseas and stretching his abilities and his palette.

RHP folded in 2001, and Mack entered an acoustic phase. Years later, he was back on electric, auditioning for band with “a slapping, tapping, noise-effecting punk bassist along the lines of Les Claypool. That was Brian Kenney.”

A South Bay native, Kenney’s travels have taken him from the Bahamas to the Berlin Wall. He says, “After I was born, it was rumored I was left on a door step in a guitar case. I have no doubt that I my place in this world is to create music.”

An exceptional bassist, Kenney’s bass role models include Bootsy Collins, John Entwistle, and Geddy Lee.

Kenney trades lead vocals and songwriting with Mack. They are joined by self-described “mountain man” from the South Bay, Kyle Malone.

Coming from a musical family. Malone’s ears were opened by Tool, Oingo Boingo, and Metallica. “The song ‘Fade To Black’ always sticks out. It was dark music during dark times as a teen. That song actually helped me out.”

Malone has played for a succession of bands and toured the country. His resume includes psychobilly (Ghost Town Hangmen) and hard rock (Five Against One). After becoming a fixture on the Santa Cruz punk scene, Malone met Kenney and went on to perform together in various bands, sharing the stage with NOFX, Reverend Horton Heat, and Suicidal Tendencies.

Since 2014, Mack, Malone, and Kenney have welded their musical vocabularies together for the well-oiled sonic mechanism now known as Trez Maschine. With three-part harmonies and dazzling musicianship, new recordings are being readied. The band continues to grow an excited fan base with their precision-wound set list and the promise of powerful music.



Cool Beans | Freedom | Nails
No Bridge | Rope Swing | Shark Bait
Tree Fort | Dancing Bones
Day in The Life | Get Loud
Pink & Grey | Rise




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