The M Machine returns with a huge electro-house original that will certainly give you your daily dose of lasers and bass. Begging to be heard by the masses, Superflat is so perfectly dynamic with its slow orchestral breakdowns and heavy laser infiltrated bass, it will knock you off your feet. We would go even farther to say it even sounds a tad bit worldly with is Japanese vocals and knocks and claps, but the lasers are so space like; the worlds definitely never heard anything of this magnitude before.
Like we mentioned, Superflat starts off with mysterious Japanese vocals, accompanied by gentle piano chords. This leads into heavy synth enforced bass. Oh, but wait what’s this, lasers lasers lasers & bass. So many different sounds come together to create a very bass heavy dance-electro portion of the track. Cut to black, the piano fades back in, along with the Japanese vocals and other orchestral sounds. Drum-claps carry on in the background as the whole track builds and builds. M Machine fires a warning laser first, and then drops back into the heavy bass, lasers, and synths. Superflat is pure magic really.
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