Ghost in the Machine’s Supernatural releases a seductive blend of Pop sensible Alternative influences into ‘Rocktronica,’ their trademarked enigmatic meld of musical genres.
The artists C4 and Face make up the eclectic duo, Ghost in the Machine. They are modern-day, blending sonic weavers that fuse their songs into ethereal creations. Supernatural, their latest single, displays their synergistic sorcery and inimitable sound. Inside the song, there’s quite literally a “Ghost in the Machine” … and it draws you in through your speakers.
Within Supernatural, Ghost in the Machine splice together their style on a web of influences drawing from different genres. One can hear influences from Industrial, Alternative, Rock, Electronica, Hip Hop and more. Known for weaving polished crafted songs with thundering grooves, heavy guitars and lush electronics; they delve deeply into lyrical concepts reaching the boundaries of love and hate, oppression and enlightenment and the social experience. C4 explains their sound, “In our music, the machine is the computer. The music represents the ghost. Our muses emanate through all devices – it’s unbinding.” C4 and Face call their high-energy expression of blending various genres “Rocktronica”.
Ghost in the Machine’s songs from previously released ground-breaking albums have weaved their way into 21st Century world culture, heard on TV shows on almost every major cable channel, in feature movies and indie films, on commercials, and in video games, mobile apps, and other modern media. A few standout mentions – network TV shows including “Mistresses (ABC)”, “Madam Secretary (CBS)”, “Arrow (CW)”, “Miss USA (NBC)”, and “Raising Hope (FOX)”, and feature movies and indie films such as “The Marine 4: Moving Target”, “H2O Extreme”, “Frakenhood”, “Ace of Hearts”, and “Shred”.
Their music has a message, “When life is hard and dark, it can still be transcended through the Ghost in the Machine.” C4 and Face are master musical craftsmen. They are sonic weavers. Ghost in the Machine’s guitars are not just instruments, yet tools to entwine and shape their mix of meaning and muse into a resounding web that draws you into your stereo speakers.