As the most forward thinking trio in electronic music, The M Machine always have something fresh and unique up their sleeves. When it comes to original tracks like their latest work ‘Superflat’, they set the bar incredibly high in terms of production, creativity, and captivation. ‘Superflat’ features styles from all across The M Machine’s spectrum of favored and well hidden niches. Needless to say the song falls within no bounds of the EDM we know, not to mention that it pushes the boundaries of all genres. That said, there is still a high level of energy brought to the table with extended drum-clap builds and explosive drops. The single is out now via OWSLA on Beatport.
With the arrival of the new year, the trio has also embraced a new way to display the visual side of their performances, an aspect held with great significance for The M Machine. For the past two years the trio has lugged their physical representation of “The M” across the country, with Andy, Swardy, and Eric acting as their own road crew. Embracing something that still allows the same level of creativity to be utilized, their iconic display can now be represented (and of course controlled in real time) through the LCD screens of a nightclub. Full information on their new stage presence available via Nest HQ.
The M Machine – Superflat | Beatport |