Magnetic Machines' Debut EP: A Soul-Saving Sonic Journey


Magnetic Machines are making a splash with their debut EP. It's a compelling blend of disco, house, and deep house that demands attention. With their first track, "People," the duo mix old-school funk and soul with a fresh nu-disco twist, creating an electrifying mashup that both delights and challenges its listeners. This track isn't just a call to the dance floor; it's a rallying cry for unity and love in times that often seem devoid of both.

The "People Club Edit" takes things up a notch with its swinging house drums and an organ riff that bridges gospel and club vibes, creating a mix that’s both invigorating and introspective. There's also a dub mix that takes the track back to its roots, with a breakbeat bassline that nods to 90s UK garage. This transforms the original into something even more raw and visceral.

"Find Love" is more than just a great track – it's an anthem for resilience and hope. The mutant acid-disco style combines haunting strings with an aggressive bassline, reminding us of the enduring power of love and the human spirit.

The Magnetic Machines’ EP is more than just music – it’s a manifesto. It's a call to arms for those who want to find light in the darkness, joy in the struggle, and community on the dance floor. It's a tribute to the sonic craftsmanship of Steve Cooper and the late John "JD" Davis, whose mastering touches ensure this EP is not just heard but felt.

As we embark on this musical journey crafted by Magnetic Machines, it's clear that this isn't just another set of tracks – it’s a pivotal moment in the history of disco and house music. Let it move you, let it bring us together, and let it remind us of the power of people and the art of dance.

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