Between Ben Swardlick, Eric Luttrell, and Andy Coenen, there is an immeasurable quantity of combined creativity and ingenuity behind what goes into The M Machine. Whether it's creating incredible, genre-transcending music or designing spectacular visual installations and effects, The M Machine continue to be a group that explores the vast reaches of musical space to find new and unimaginable originality in their productions. Having closed the door on their two-part Metropolis album with a widely diverse remixes EP, the trio usher in the next chapter of their musical campaign with 'Superflat.'
The new single is the result of experimenting with Vocaloid, a vocal synthesizer used to imitate the voice of a young Japanese girl, which in turn serves as the guiding melody of the entire track. As the vocals step lightly around the sounds of soft piano chords and resonating drum beats, the track rises into a laser guided groove that is far more multidimensional than the track's title would have you believe.
Jan. 23 - U Street Music Hall (Live), Washington, DC
Jan. 25 - Roxy Nightclub (Live), Orlando, FL
Jan. 31 - Republic Live (Live), Austin, TX
Feb. 01 - Plum (DJ Set), El Paso, TX
Feb. 07 - 1015 Folsom (Live), San Francisco, CA
Feb. 14 - Avalon (Live), Los Angeles, CA
Feb. 15 - Observatory (Live), Santa Ana, CA
Feb. 21 - Republic, New Orleans, LA
Feb, 22 - Slake (Live), New York, NY
Feb. 28 - Flashbacks (DJ Set), Kelowna, Canada
Mar. 05 - Whiskey Bar (Live), Portland, OR