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1 review | 2 people love this record: be the 3rd! I'm a big fan of Emperor Machine, having really enjoyed the disco tinged electro funk Andrew Meecham has been putting out undr this moniker, now having moved from DC to Southern Fried will the magic still be there? Well yes. This track Like A Machine is a taster for the new album of the same name. T ... »

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Like A Machine (single) by The Emperor Machine
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8/10 Andrew Customer review, 7th August 2014

I'm a big fan of Emperor Machine, having really enjoyed the disco tinged electro funk Andrew Meecham has been putting out undr this moniker, now having moved from DC to Southern Fried will the magic still be there? Well yes. This track Like A Machine is a taster for the new album of the same name. The vocal hokk throughtout is 'Feeling Electric' and indeed this is an electro stormer of a track, the stretched erotic dub on side A threatening to drag you to the dancefloor by force if necessary. The groove is relentless, albiet at a Love From Outerspace friendly BPM. This is what Daft Punk should be doing really, tougher analogue sounds from synths designed to whip up a cosmic storm.

On the flip you get the Chairman on the remix duties, Andrew Weatherall giving the track a slightly acid tweak, toughening up the drums to provide a tougher, slightly industrial sounding version, though keeping it firmly on the side of dancefloor suitable. Again an ALFOS ready monster. Finally you get System Seven Hundred, again an electro disco beast with even more of an acid flavour. Its driving grooves pefectly engineered to keep a Red Light and Basement type dancers going through the early hours.

A great 12 that shows huge promise for the album.


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