La Machine

by Machine Electrique

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"Brilliant hoover-raving dancefloor destroyer. Nice! The original is the best but the Omega Men Remix charges things up well enough to also be worthy of a mention." iDJ Magazine
"The two international producers, Benjamin Vial and Dominic 'Zuul' Mayer have teamed to form this new act. To give you an idea of the sound, they’ve already gained support from the likes of Meat Katie, Dopamine, Far Too Loud, and Aquasky. The track is tech-breaks wizardry and a brilliant start for the pair." Mixmag
"Lovely ;-)" Meat Katie
"faaaaaaaat ! charlie kane mix is dope , like the kick oh one too" Aquasky/Black Noise
"smoking!~" Larry Tee
"Charlie Kane mix is wicked stuff!" Far Too Loud
"good shit all round!" General Midi
"Kick-Oh remix does it for me. Will play it out for sure." The Bulgarian
"Another solid package lads. Kick-Oh remix has got a cool driving feel. The Omega Men remix is dark! Puppies and flower covered meadows are not the first things that spring to mind when I listen to your productions ;)" Vandal
"liking the original and omega men mixes. quality release!" Dopamine
"this omega remix is dangerous!!!!" Flore
"Loving the Anthony James remix :D proper heavy" Ben & Lex
"Chunky release. Will test out the Original." Hunter Vaughan
"Diggin' the bouncy vibe of the Charlie Kane remix, and the tougher vibe of the Omega Men remix!" Butter Party
"All mixes are good, but my fav are the original and the Anthony James remix, thanks!" Doc Trashz
"nasty & strong package once again very good job !!!!" Prosper

With our first two releases still doing damage to many a dancefloor, Hunter Vaughan's 'Krakken' and Frankie Ferrell's 'Get Down', Death Proof Recordings take great pleasure in introducing you to our 3rd release of our new venture: Machine Electrique's 'La Machine'.
After the success of their 1st collaborations, a remix of Portishead's 'Glory Box' and their EP on Circuit Freq Records last year, the gaelic duo go dark and broody yet resoundingly powerful on this latest effort. With a reminiscence of early rave, 'La Machine' is an electro-enduced, techno behemoth, where reverberant hats and rasping synths take centre stage, layered over a heaving bassline that will no doubt own a funktion 1 system and any dancefloor that it surrounds. Constantly building and pushing, it encompasses what these guys really know how to do: nail a breakdown!
Bringing up the back with the remix package is some stalwarts of the underground scene and the who's who of the new blood.
The now long-time established Kick-Oh's (Southern Fried, Jack Knife) simple yet effective approach takes a more punchy electro-house tangent, with a superbly structured drumline and great use of the originals enigmatic synths; it bounces around like a raver on a pogo-stick!

Charlie Kane (Bleach Feast, Audiotrix) goes beyond his years on this one (he's only 16 years old!): this extremely well-educated youngblood has taken all that is good from breaks, electro & techno to make a throbbing, broken, onslaught of a remix, making us at Death Proof reminisce heavily and then slamming us forward again.

Anthony James' (Baroque, Blaubeat) crisp production skills shine through on his effort. Not just using what he was given in the remix package, he's splashed on his own subtle vocals and drawn up his own sultry synths to accompany it, making for a truly amazing tech-house production.

And last but by no means least, label mates The Omega Men (Lot 49) execute yet another synonymous big room track, detuned wailing synths and pads sit feverishly over a riotous drum line, building and swaying into a track that would make any ardent techno fan doff his cap in respect.

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released July 18, 2011

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