LIVE: The Airborne Toxic Event

The Airborne Toxic Event cleared the air at House of Blues on March 24.

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The Airborne Toxic Event cleared the air at House of Blues on March 24.
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The L.A.-formed group are touring behind the release of their fourth studio record, "Dope Machines," which dropped in February.
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The Airborne Toxic Event are lead singer Mikel Jollett (pictured), guitarist Steven Chen, bassist Adrian Rodriguez, drummer Daren Taylor and multi-instrumentalist Anna Bulbrook.
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Two years before releasing the 2008 debut, the band started with Jollett, a string of bad news and an acoustic guitar.
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Jollett is an accomplished writer, having had both nonfiction and fiction pieces appear in multiple respected publications.
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The band's debut release, a self-titled LP, was met with positive reviews, with the "Boston Herald" designating it the "Debut Album of the Year."
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The band's second full-length, "All at Once," was released in 2011.
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That same year, the band made a number of high profile appearances, including a show with the Colorado Symphony Orchestra and on the TV shows "Gossip Girl," "The Tonight Show With Jay Leno" and "The Late Show With David Letterman."
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Following the release of "Such Hot Blood" in 2013, original member Noah Harmon was replaced by current bassist Rodriguez.
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"Wrong", the first single off the new album, broke the top 50 when it was released in 2014.
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The release of "Dope Machines" was a dual release, with acoustic rock & roll record "Songs of God and Whiskey" available only digitally with the purchase of the "Dope Machines."
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