"diNMachine’s The Opposites of Unity is probably unlike anything you’ve heard before, but in a good way. The aptly titled release takes listeners on what at first appears to be a disjointed exploration of noise. But with a little deeper effort, the complexities of sound clearly come together to sew something symphonic by cascading modern technologies atop a classical foundation." -Indieminded indieminded.com/2016/08/100738/
The word “din” has two meanings. As a noun it refers to a prolonged, disruptive noise, as a verb it means to learn something by repetition. So it’s no wonder diNMachine makes music that is often challenging: its rhythmic energy and immersive auditory elements demanding a certain commitment from the listener. That’s not to say that their fusion of the eccentric, the propulsive and the avant-garde comes without a wild sense of fun...just that there's nothing “cookie cutter” or “spoon fed” about it.
Like their home base of NYC, diNMachine’s amoebic dance-rock is awash in a rich multi-cultural blend of styles. It has the energy and power of youth oriented music while also appealing to the more cerebral of music lovers. Its Indian, African & South American styles interplay with jazz and avant-garde, all set upon a bed of field recordings, drones and an urban sensibility.
Their newest album The Opposites of Unity is due out (Sept. 9, 2016) and furthers the band’s exploratory, wide-ranging, structurally complex sound. It could even be called self-aware, in an Artificial Intelligence kind of way, every now and then pausing to listen to its own vitals.
Greedy Dilettante Records, Working Brilliantly PR