Demented Machine is originally from Georgetown, Guyana’s capital. His debut is Brionvega Trax album for italian underground label Opilec Music in 2015. There is surely some “black power” which influences his soul and his personality as well as the deep and dark funk sound of his tracks’, almost as if they were coming out from a lost tape recorded in the 80s. Influenced by labels such as Metroplex, Transmat, Dance Mania and electronic and funk-disco artists like Kraftwerk, Human League, Depeche Mode, Giorgio Moroder, Tubeway Army, Donna Summer, Bee Gees and many others, listened when he was a child thanks to the dad's collection and the massive view of music television Vh1 classic. He gradually started becoming an artist who was constantly researching for rarefaction within sounds, following House and Techno since their inception, permeated by a pure Detroit vibe. Demented Machine is like Depeche Mode and Derrick May..... 2 seminal Initials which is also his attempt to merge the two styles together: the results are mystical, rough, vintage and all encapsulated in an old school / pre – Juan Atkins sounding EP. He contributed few months later writting Zeroth Law Ep featuring Mike Anderson for I-Robots vinyl and digital release on Opilec Music. The second solo work is a futuristic EP for New York Haunted called 2999. The title track was written by the inspiration of Prince's Purple Music demo and his 1999 album. It's like listening a real old school techno ep made interely with his Roland MC303 groovebox and a couple of Korg analog synthesizers.