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Modestep – Machines (Original Mix)

Ringing in a whole new sound is Modestep with their unique yet familiar original, Machines.

But before we give you the run down- take a listen to the sounds of this awesome new track:

Don't ya just love it?

Greeted by that rhythmic hydraulic sound FX, Modestep drags you into an electro rock track that features quite a few catchy combinations sure to grab you… With noticeable elements of D&B, Dubstep, Grime, Garage, Rock and Metal influences it certainly does the Job; whatever this job is, coming from this group, we know it's unique.

Although this track is merely a taste of the group's long anticipated second album release “London Road” scheduled to kick off on May 25th of this year. And if you're as hooked as we are you can pre-order the album and receive an instant download free copy of Machines in all it's glory here:


Preorder London Road + Free Download of Machines:

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If you need further enticement on what this group is about check out they're new promotional video for the upcoming album here:

(Featuring two new band members and a unique insight into how the group makes their sounds).

The group claims various backgrounds and inspirations aspiring to combine many different styles of both EDM and Rock as we can clearly tell (The rogue bass stomping “rockified” electro track above is certainly something to be revered). And while what we've seen to date is great, we can't wait to hear the many other sounds ready to roll off the groups page including many collaborations they have hinted at releasing with the likes of: Funtcase, Culprate, Genetix, Teddy Killerz Partysquad, Trolley Snatcha and more!

If you want to stay in the loop be sure to follow the artists on Soundcloud, Facebook, Youtube and more as we look forward to the bright (yet dark, grimy and banging) future of Modestep.


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