Video Premiere: diNMachine, "Sound Pets"

Synth-driven noise/pop outfit, diNMachine—a project led by experimental composer, Michael J. Schumacher — is gearing up for the release of their new LP, The Pleasure of Principles, on February 9. The record is a chaotic and noisy mélange of analog synthesizers clang together in a melodic cacophony incorporating warped rushes and metallic tones. The dark, hypnotic music of diNMachine is comprised of experimental soundscapes that work together with drum and bass grooves to elicit harmony from a complex palette of skittering electronic sequences. Dismantling any prior notions of “pop” music, Schumacher—a Juilliard-trained composer—draws on a range of influences including Aphex Twin, Luke Vibert, Brian Eno and Stereolab. 
The new single, “Sound Pets,” which Ghettoblaster has the pleasure of premiering today, is a noisy affair, where skittering electronic blips and drum machines abound. The accompanying visual acts as a companion to the sonic elements, complementing with stop-start shadows and live dancing figures that seem to be animated or intercepted by the music itself. Enjoy below.

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