Sick of common hardstyle?
Locking for new good music? Or are you sick of the most common DJs? Take a look at The Machines latest E.P!
No doubt, it was an amazing year for The Machine – many of his tracks like Rollin, Stomp!, Natural Born Killer were supported by big names, featured in many podcasts, featured in the hardstyle Top 100 2014 by Q-Dance, hardstyle Top 2000 and made people go crazy at one of his performances! Let’s have a closer look at his new three tracks #Ghosts, Bassline Skanka & Every fucking Day!
The Machine - Bassline Skanka
A little bit different, but still a typical Machine track. A nice intro which will get you into mood. Due to the dark, rough and raw reverse lead, the intro feels way faster than it actually is – it kind of reminds me of a Zatox track like ‘It Must Be’. More and more screeches taking over and the intro ends with a bang.
A long build up in the main part runs out into the first climax. After a short break the second climax finishes the track. Typical, a new and harder kick comes with the second climax and makes it even more epic.
The Machine & Chain Reaction - Every Fucking Day
The Second track is collaboration between The Machine and Chain Reaction! We were totally thrilled when we heard of this collab. It’s very different to his normal productions but both did a great job, keeping the high quality thoughout the EP. A heavy kick and nice screeches define the intro and the climax part will just blow you away. But it’s not the heavy kick, not even the vocals or the screeches; it’s the creativity of two big raw producers combined, which makes this track to a pure floor killer!
The Machine - #Ghosts
The last track #Ghosts is definitely one of our favorites by The Machine! It’s all about the hardest kicks and crazy screeches, either in the intro or the climax part! No break, no mercy and an atmosphere, which will guide you since the very first second – nothing more to add here!
Looking for some new, cool, different or outstanding music? Take a look at these three productions by The Machine, released at The Magic Show records and available at all major download portals!