Machine Rox - EP
Electro, Industrial Machine Rox music style is an industrial driven electro with not to varied music that gives you the sensation that you are listening to the voices of machines in a factory. Some of the tracks on this five song EP are a bit harder, but most of them have a more poppy sound even though all of them are dance floor oriented.

"Money Maker" is supposed to be the headline, but I think it's a bit to repetitive and I actually think that the second track "Cynical Radio" is the highlight of this EP even though "Planet Sexy" and "Go" have a nice feeling to it as well. "God of Rock" has some amazing loops that make it a good track even though the lyrics are very limited.

I really like that the EP really is a EP with five different tracks, instead of 2 tracks and a couple of remixes that are usual these days, even though I would prefer some more mastering in this final product since the sound is somewhat... well, it's hard to explain. Buy this album online and check it out for yourself.
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Brutal Resonance

Machine Rox - EP

7.0
"Good"
N/A
Electroracle
Released 2008 by Synchrotrax
Machine Rox music style is an industrial driven electro with not to varied music that gives you the sensation that you are listening to the voices of machines in a factory. Some of the tracks on this five song EP are a bit harder, but most of them have a more poppy sound even though all of them are dance floor oriented.

"Money Maker" is supposed to be the headline, but I think it's a bit to repetitive and I actually think that the second track "Cynical Radio" is the highlight of this EP even though "Planet Sexy" and "Go" have a nice feeling to it as well. "God of Rock" has some amazing loops that make it a good track even though the lyrics are very limited.

I really like that the EP really is a EP with five different tracks, instead of 2 tracks and a couple of remixes that are usual these days, even though I would prefer some more mastering in this final product since the sound is somewhat... well, it's hard to explain. Buy this album online and check it out for yourself.
Jul 29 2009

Patrik Lindström

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Founder of Brutal Resonance in 2009, founder of Electroracle and founder of ex Promonetics. Used to write a whole lot for Brutal Resonance and have written over 500 reviews. Nowadays, mostly focusing on the website and paving way for our writers.

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