Posts Tagged ‘The M machine’

June 23, 2017
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I don’t think we’ve ever featured anyone from Tibet before, but there’s always a first, right? Taking that honor is this sibling production act, Indiginis. I imagine Tibet’s a pretty cold place all year long, but these brothers sure know how to heat things up with their slick snazzy future bass. Their remix of The M Machine’s We Had It All utilizes warm fuzzy synths, jazzy keys, and smooth hip hop beats to break the first law of thermodynamics. Who says the energy that is heat can’t be created? Physicists, who? For more of Indiginis’ key tinkling, wavy chopping brilliance, stream recent future trap original A Love Lost featuring HANNAH below. 

April 11, 2016
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A fabulous four track remix package for Manila Killa’s debut original All That’s Left, featuring Joni Fatora, was released on Next Wave and Ultra last Friday. From the EP comes a bouncy spry edit by San Francisco’s own The M Machine. The duo gives All That’s Left a chic French house refix, taking us on a Justice meets Chrome Sparks pirouette that takes us round and round in a rather breathtaking and breezy fashion. The glamorous remix is joined by edits by TJANI, Mylez Travitz, and Yung Wall Street on the new EP, available now from iTunes

April 15, 2015
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Personally, I’m quite proud of the fact that electronic act The M Machine hails from my lovely city of San Francisco. The trio is set to drop a new EP, Just Like, on April 23rd, and I have a feeling it’s going to be another killer EP, well worthy of arriving early when you go see Madeon live. After all, The M Machine is supporting the French producer on tour. Another producer I’m much fond of these days is Manila Killa (who makes up one half of hotly buzzing duo Hotel Garuda). Imagine my delight when I saw that Manila Killa had released a vibing remix of The M Machine’s Don’t Speak, infusing it with tons of dark edginess that alternates with a blissful tropical radiance. It’s one of Manila Killa’s most entrancing and uniquely blended offerings yet.

August 22, 2014
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Whenever I think of The M Machine, I’m brought back to their noon set at Outside Lands Music Festival two years ago. It was one of the most killer, energetic sets I’ve ever caught that early at a festival. I just recall briskly walking, almost running, over to the stage after entering to catch the San Francisco electronic act, and watching the crowd get down, big time. We haven’t heard from them for awhile now, but this week, they surfaced with a remix of Brooklyn indie pop five piece Rubblebucket’s Sound Of Erasing. On the remix, they retain Rubblebucket’s very artsy and style. In fact, they add to that unique, quirky allure with their off kilter bleeps and sugary playfulness. It’s a bizarrely good blend of indie electronic sound, proving The M Machine’s musical prowess and envelope pushing skills.

August 22, 2014
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Whenever I think of The M Machine, I’m brought back to their noon set at Outside Lands Music Festival two years ago. It was one of the most killer, energetic sets I’ve ever caught that early at a festival. I just recall briskly walking, almost running, over to the stage after entering to catch the San Francisco electronic act, and watching the crowd get down, big time. We haven’t heard from them for awhile now, but this week, they surfaced with a remix of Brooklyn indie pop five piece Rubblebucket’s Sound Of Erasing. On the remix, they retain Rubblebucket’s very artsy and style. In fact, they add to that unique, quirky allure with their off kilter bleeps and sugary playfulness. It’s a bizarrely good blend of indie electronic sound, proving The M Machine’s musical prowess and envelope pushing skills.

November 27, 2013
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One more killer electronic track before I wrap things up for the moment. Dope local San Francisco electronic act The M Machine targeted their remix skills on British house producer Mat Zo’s brilliant, highly regarded track Lucid Dreams. The fresh, glitchy rendition is darker, heavier, and filled with a somewhat sinister undertone. Revisit the brighter progressive house jam below.

November 27, 2013
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One more killer electronic track before I wrap things up for the moment. Dope local San Francisco electronic act The M Machine targeted their remix skills on British house producer Mat Zo’s brilliant, highly regarded track Lucid Dreams. The fresh, glitchy rendition is darker, heavier, and filled with a somewhat sinister undertone. Revisit the brighter progressive house jam below.

Metropolis Remixed

August 21, 2013

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Talented San Francisco electronic act The M Machine has been wowing me with their concept ideas and sick music for awhile now. They were one of my early set highlights during Outside Lands 2012. They dropped it at noon like it was a headlining set. The M Machine does an immense job blurring electronic genres with their mix of dubstep, electro house, progressive, drum and bass, and everything in between. After releasing concept EPs Metropolis Pt 1 and Metropolis Pt 2, they now plan to release a Metropolis Remixed album come August 27 on Skrilly’s OWSLA label. The albums gonna be chalk full of dope reimaginings by the likes of Digitalism, Kill The Noise, Matt Lange, Tantrum Desire, and many other amazing producers. Stream Proxy’s smooth rendition of Faces below. So. Good.

Metropolis Remixed

August 21, 2013

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Talented San Francisco electronic act The M Machine has been wowing me with their concept ideas and sick music for awhile now. They were one of my early set highlights during Outside Lands 2012. They dropped it at noon like it was a headlining set. The M Machine does an immense job blurring electronic genres with their mix of dubstep, electro house, progressive, drum and bass, and everything in between. After releasing concept EPs Metropolis Pt 1 and Metropolis Pt 2, they now plan to release a Metropolis Remixed album come August 27 on Skrilly’s OWSLA label. The albums gonna be chalk full of dope reimaginings by the likes of Digitalism, Kill The Noise, Matt Lange, Tantrum Desire, and many other amazing producers. Stream Proxy’s smooth rendition of Faces below. So. Good.

OFFICIAL VID: The M Machine – Tiny Anthem

February 27, 2013

Heading back to the EDM realm with this great animated video for The M Machine’s Tiny Anthem. The San Francisco act just released their Metropolis Pt II EP last week off Skrilly’s OWSLA label. They’ve worked olng and hard on their Metropolis series which has a whole huge concept idea behind all of it. These guys are good and deserve the rising popularity they’ve been slowly gaining. I caught them live at Outside Lands last year SUPER early in the day at a small stage and they set the place off. Their sound is a mix of all kinds of electronica, ranging from dubstep to electro house to drum and bass to techno.

My favorite The M Machine track so far is still Promise Me A Rose Garden. Please listen if you haven’t. Listen… NAO!