San Francisco’s The M Machine is following up its Bruno Mars remix with a taste of what the awaited Metropolis, Pt. II has in store. The first single off the 6-track EP is “The Palace,” an electro-dubstep tune with The M Machine’s signature ultra-feminine vocals. The trio enlisted The Submarine’s Blake Hazard for vocals and went with a dreamy piano and synth intro before unleashing the drop. A dubstep track of the thoughtful sort, “The Palace,” pays testament to the twitter hype: Metropolis, Pt. II is due February 18 on iTunes and I, for one, am stoked.
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