Five droney, lush, isolationist tracks. Probably my favorite to date. A very cohesive release; white-noise, rumbling bass, and feedback are common components to each song.
One listener describes "MACHINE2MACHINE" as "Tomorrow's elseq."
(Boards of Canada's "Tomorrow's Harvest" + Autechre's "elseq.") Sounds about right. You be the judge!
I like to think the Engineers from Prometheus would be listening to this on their iPhones while making that black goo stuff.
If you're interested in the gear-list and techniques involved with making this 5-track EP, it's rather short:
Elektron Analog4: synths, drums, noise, feedback, drones, efx
Elektron Analog Rytm: hihats on "machine2machine" and "no / reload."
If you enjoy MACHINE2MACHINE, please consider paying 5$ or more to download it and listen to it FOREVER!
Interested in how this album was made? Have an Analog4 or Keys?
Download the data companion to M2M, which includes all sounds/kits used on the album! Includes bonus remix, "unison_reunion."