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Her Space Holiday returns with the release of Gravity

The four song EP was written and recorded by Marc Bianchi, mixed by Grammy-nominee Damian Taylor (Björk, Arcade Fire, Unkle, The Killers) and mastered by Grammy-nominee Emily Lazar (Sia, Haim, Vampire Weekend, Arcade Fire).

Focused around blending electronic production with introspective lyrics, Gravity is a look into the future of Her Space Holiday’s sound.

Marc Bianchi began recording as Her Space Holiday in 1996 with an evolving aesthetic encompassing drone, orchestral electronic pop, and jangly instrumentation, with taut production that complimented his uncanny lyrical outlook. Recording for labels like Wichita, Tigerstyle, and Mush Records throughout the project’s lifespan, Marc has also worked with Bright Eyes, R.E.M, Kool Keith, The Go Team, Bob Mould, Elastica, Hanni El Khatib, Cat Power, The Faint, American Analog Set, Xiu Xiu and Yukihiro Takahashi.

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Audio Astronomy 12" (1997, Train Bridge)
Re-release: Audio Astronomy 12" (2002, Tiger Style Records) – with additional tracks
The Astronauts Are Sleeping, Volume 1 (1999, Skylab Operations)
The Astronauts Are Sleeping, Volume 2 (1999, No Karma)
Re-release: The Astronauts Are Sleeping 2.0 (2002, Neoplex Records) – Japanese release
Home Is Where You Hang Yourself (2000, Tiger Style / Wichita Recordings)
Re-release: Home Is Where You Hang Yourself 2.0 (2002, Tiger Style)
Manic Expressive (2001, Tiger Style / Wichita)
The Young Machines (2003, Mush Records / Wichita / & Records)
The Past Presents the Future (2005, Wichita / V2 / & / Neoplex)
The Telescope (2006, Youth Records / And) – Japanese release
XOXO, Panda And The New Kid Revival (2008, Mush)
Her Space Holiday (album) (2011, No More Good Ideas)


Gravity EP (2018, No More Good Ideas)
Something Blue CDEP (2000, Bravenoiserecords)
Silent Films CDEP (2000, Dogprint)
Let's Get Quiet Vol. 1 CDEP / 12" (2005, Mush)
Let's Get Quiet Vol. 2 CDEP / 12" (2007, Mush)
Sleepy Tigers CDEP / 12" (2009, Mush)
The Early Paws Collection (2009, No More Good Ideas)


Electronic Sunshine (Audio Information Phenomena)
Split single with Flowchart, featuring the track "Silent Films"
Wish List 7" (Motorway) – Japanese release
"Slide Guitars and Moving Cars" 7" (Clover) – Japanese release
"Bright Eyes vs Her Space Holiday" split 7" / CD - Witchita Recordings 2000
"My Girlfriend's Boyfriend" CD single Witchita Recordings – European release 2004

Remix and compilation albums

Ambidextrous (2001, Wichita) – UK release
The Young Machines Remixed (2004, Mush / Wichita / &)
The Early Paws Collection (2009) - US tour release

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New York Times

“Gentle, beautiful and unspeakably sad.”

Entertainment Weekly

“Rapturous and bittersweet, The Young Machines is a soothing swoon.”

Rolling Stone

“Guitar pop songs that are as charming as they are simple.”


"The Young Machines is one of the most honest albums I've ever heard, or even ever recorde.”


“Big sounds to mask the ambivalence of powerful endings.”

Nylon Magazine

“Sadly sweet tunes that still manages to be joyful and optimistic at the same time.”

Alternative Press

“This is a great record for staring out the window of a train on a sunny winter day."


“Marc Bianchi, aka Her Space Holiday, has made an effortless-sounding record that encapsulates why most of us have been trying so hard to write pop songs since we were 13.”


“There is a warmth to Her Space Holiday that is almost disarming”

Melody Maker

“4.5 stars out of 5 /Her Space Holiday Reaches Spiritualized-like levels of transcendent melancholia.”


"Exquisitely listenable....as triumphant arrival as you'll hear this year!"

URB Magazine

Quite possibly the break-up album of the year.”


“The greatest interest lies in the lyrics--intriguing, charming, highly insightful and sometimes violently confessional, often on a par with the very best of Elliott Smith.”


"Exquisitely listenable....as triumphant arrival as you'll hear this year!"

URB Magazine

“Bianchi might have created his most consistent album under the Her Space Holiday moniker, solidifying his status and one of the most important figures on the indie electro-pop scene.”