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Tokyo Machine – Spooky

Opposites attract in Tokyo Machine’s newest release, “Spooky,” where an orchestra meets manufactured video game synths during the intro. The two contrasting sounds play off of one another and fall into a tech bass drop. Halloween sounds and themes weave in and out of the chords, thus lending the track its name.

The single is out now on Monstercat, and its release was timed perfectly for the spookiest of holidays, Halloween. Monstercat has specialized in gaming collaborations, making Tokyo Machine’s music a perfect fit for the label. Little is known about Tokyo Machine, as the producer has done a great job covering up his identity so far. As his music continues to gain momentum within the electronic music community, more information will undoubtedly come out.

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