As if Boys Noize and Skrillex‘s spontaneous collaboration, Dog Blood, wasn’t enough, the former-Pance Party members turned enigmatic electro outfit The M Machine run “Middle Finger” through a gauntlet of acid house growls and electro grit. The result is a wildly energetic, squealing, kick driven production that cuts off just before it really kicks off. This is one of those previews that ends way too soon, good thing it will be out on OWSLA new music distribution service The Nest in the next few weeks.
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