Upcoming Shows

Time-Machine Tour 2016 - 2017 (contact us to participate)

Tuesday, October 11
Tacoma, WA

Thursday, October 13
Seattle, WA

Thursday, October 20, 9 p.m. - TICKETS
Studio Grand
3234 Grand Ave.
Oakland, CA 94610

Tuesday, October 25, 8 p.m.
Hobart and William Smith College
Geneva, NY

Wednesday, October 26
University at Buffalo
Buffalo, NY


join our email list

Time Machine Cover Loop243 web

Time-Machine_music is our fourth album of original music and it marks a decidedly new direction. We hope you'll take a listen and let yourself be immersed in the sound...we intend to take you on a journey. We have once again pressed this to 180 gram vinyl, as well as offering CD's and hi-res digital downloads. We're really excited about the physical versions. The vinyl jackets are amazing...it's like you have a mini Jon Waldo painting, with extras...

The Loop 2.4.3 team on this album includes Sean Boyd (co-producer and engineer), Jon Waldo (painting, LP and CD packaging design), Steve Gilewski (graphic design, web design), Joel Hamburger (audio engineer), Allen Baker (audio engineer). Thomas Kozumplik wrote the music and performed. We went back to our good friend Joe Lambert for the mastering.

The Seattle radio station and internet publication Second Inversion is streaming the album, along with a review and dialogue with Kozumplik on their feature "Sneak Peek Audio Leak."

The album is on iTunes, etc. and you win special places in our hearts if you get it directly from our label at Music Starts From Silence.

Thank you to all of our fans and supporters for sharing the music with us at live events and supporting us online. You light up our lives.

We've created a blog with lots of photos, along with reflections on creating, and life on the road.  Please visit it and follow if you like.  This page also serves as our social networking hub and has links to Instagram, etc.  


Thanks for reading!

Joshua Tree Loop243      RealNewMusic

(Joshua Tree - courtesy of Teddy Quinn, Beatnik Lounge)

It's been a few days since the California tour wrapped, and I've almost got space to breathe..I have to say, overall it was a marvelous trip and I was completely honoured and humbled by the amazing support of presenters and friends.  I borrowed cars and instruments, slept on beds and couches, shared meals, and experienced wonderful friendship - what an uplifting experience in the clamour of our times!  I would like to send a special digital hug to the following individuals:  Keith and Tsing Bardin, Brian Karbowski, Lucio Menegon, Shane Cadman, Alex Vittum, Robin Schader, Kyle Wittlin, Susan Muscarella, Chris Marra, David Cameron, Rent Romus, Jenny, Carlos, and Malcom.  Thank you to everyone who came out to the concerts - hoping to see you all again soon!  xoxo - Thom

LA-Karbowski   SantaCruz      RealNewMusic2          

(Karbowski in LA)                     (Santa Cruz)                      (RealNewMusic, Shannon Center - photo by Jennifer King) 

more photos at: http://tttmachine.tumblr.com 

TTTM.live2   Loop 2.4.3's Time-Machine Music...                                                                                           ...went on tour to the Midwest in December, with concerts in Chicago and throughout Michigan.  This photo (courtesy of Jennifer Wagner) is from the show in Saginaw.  More photos, thoughts, and sounds coming.. But for now you can get some behind-the-scenes views, and connect personally, on Instagram, Youtube, Facebook, Tumblr, and Twitter.

We undertook producing our own concert series in Brooklyn this fall in an effort to:  1) provide an informal outlet for new, creative music;  2) present under-the-radar artists that we're excited about;  3) just have fun putting on some exciting shows.

We ended up facilitating the premiere of over 5 hours of new music, including unique collaborations with Lucio Menegon, Alex Vittum, Gyan Riley, and the resident ensemble, Sub-Verse.  As the dust settles from this fall's activity, we hope to share some audio/video out-takes from the series.   Special thanks to all the artists, IBeam Brooklyn for hosting the series, and the adventurous audience members who joined us!  Look for a spring series in 2014...