D-Source is that kind of artists who do not stitch without thread, who know what they are doing at all times and do not leave anything to chance, although sometimes their decisions may seem unusual or out of place. And if in addition, after a consecration in the underground, we see him doing his thing with Machine, it leaves us even more surprised.
Continuously Producing Forward Looking Techno D-Source establishes itself as a prolific creator of Techno. From pure Detroit techno to avant-garde polyrhythm, Machine’s ep is packed with electronic music influences.
All tracks share the same name, but from 0 to 3, all four tracks seek a distinctive energy for the dance floor. In the real world, machines were invented to perform specific tasks, D-Source’s Machine tracks were designed for the appreciation of electronic dance music.
The album as a whole manages to provide introspection, an absorbing twilight energy and light, and that closes an album that knows how to turn musical pulp into a refreshing ambrosia juice. The more the record is listened to, the more difficult it is to place it in a specific geographical location. His music seems to never solidify, to be a flow of sounds and impressions that never seem to remain fixed in place or memory, like a perfume or a quick vision of a body in motion, to the point of postulating itself as one of the true values of the future of meek and shiny electronics.
D-Source’s mastery of language is total, and here they have delved into the past again to be inspired by another verse, more forceful and melancholy, but no less evocative. All in all, we can safely say that this Loosh is on the verge of excellence.