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Portrait of Infernal Devices
With Infernal Devices... Andy Miccolis and Mark Allen are putting a new twist on the British Victorian Era Retro Futurism Genre known as Steampunk. Their lyrics and visual asthetic are inspired by the works of writers including H.G. Wells, J.W. Jeter, and Jules Verne. Musically, Infernal Devices have a sound akin to current acts such as Daft Punk, Hot Chip, Postal Service, SebastiAn, Calvin Harris, Justice.... yet have still managed to carve out a unique niche of their own.

Jon Ostrow of Mic Control writes, "...I couldn’t help but think of filmmaker Wes Anderson (The Life Aquatic); This music would be PERFECT in one of his films"

{From the diary of Horatio S. Griffith}
… it was a cold, unilluminated morning in September. The gaslight aflicker in this bleak, cavernous inhabitance in which two determined inventors remain focused on the task at hand. At the stroke of noon, at last, a sound emerges and echoes through the chamber like no earthly utterance before. The vibrations from their demonic machine devastate the purity of what was once a calm silence… and this majestic scourge defiles the virginity of the masses former perceptions …

… in this moment an Infernal Device was born