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When Saints Go Machine is a Danish electro-pop band from Copenhagen. The group consists of four members: Silas Moldenhawer (drums), Jonas Kenton (synth, vocals), Simon Muschinsky (keys) and Nikolaj Manuel Vonsild (vocals). Moldenhawer and Kenton are also known from their parallel project, Kenton Slash Demon. When Saints Go Machine brings a more soulful sound than Kenton Slash Demon's rhythmic electro-house music. When Saints Go Machine was formed in 2007 and debuted with their self-titled EP in 2008. In May 2009 they released their debut album Ten Makes a Face. Their most popular songs are "Fail Forever", "You or The Gang" and "Kids on Vacation".

In 2008, When Saints Go Machine participated in DR P3's "P3 Gold" contest, being awarded the title "P3 Talent". One year later, they were awarded the top prize, "P3 Award", which came with a kr 100,000 prize.

In 2010 the group opened the Orange Stage at Roskilde Festival.

When Saints Go Machine signed a contract with the German record label K7 Records in October 2010 for publications outside of Scandinavia.

On 16 May 2011 the band released their second studio album, Konkylie. The album's popular hit came with the single release "Kelly" while tracks like "Church and Law" and "Add Ends" have been the critics' favorites. The album has been well received by critics both in Denmark and abroad. At the 2012 Steppeulv Awards, When Saints Go Machine was awarded the prize for "Best Producer".

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Discography

Album

Year Title Rating Releases
2009 Ten Makes a Face 1
2011 Konkylie 2
2013 Infinity Pool 1

Single

Year Title Rating Releases
2009 Pale Remixes 1
2011 Church and Law (radio edit) 1
2011 Kelly 1
2011 Parix 1
2013 Iodine 1

EP

Year Title Rating Releases
2008 When Saints Go Machine 1
2011 Fail Forever 1
2011 Fail Forever (remixes) 1

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