WE LOVE MACHINES

 

           

 

We are Daniel Werder and Timo Loosli.
We are from Switzerland.
We played in rock bands.
We studied music.
We got bored.
We went to clubs.
We got bored again.
We started producing.
We went to clubs again.
We were on stage.
We did not get bored.
We released our album Short Circuit in 2011.
We released our EP Silver Eyes in 2013.
We started to play with a drummer.
We won the Swiss Live Talents award in 2013.
We released many remixes.
We made a new EP.
We called it Salt.
We Love Machines.

 

Winners of Swiss Live Talents Awards 2013 for Best Electro Act and Best Composition for ‘Silver Eyes’; DJ / Producers We Love Machines are the darlings of the club and dance floor scene in Switzerland. The duo, armed to the teeth with computers and vintage synthesizers, have been compared to Justice, Daft Punk and Boys Noize.

 

Besides their debut album ‘Short Circuit’ and the follow-up ‘Silver Eyes EP’We Love Machines released official remixes for artists such as Is Tropical (Kitsuné), Housse de Racket (Kitsuné), IAMX and In The Valley Below (Capitol Records). As producers, they have written, produced, engineered and mixed for both indie and major label artists; reaching Top 100 in European Charts and Top 10 in UK Dance Charts.

 

On the live circuit, We Love Machines have shared stage with The Bloody Beetroots, 2manydjs, Birdy Nam Nam, Pendulum, Simian Mobile Disco, Justice, Nero, Feed Me, among others.

 

The electro dance scenes’ most hidden gem’s Timo Loosli and Daniel Werder love machines and use them extensively to produce their unique sound. They even bring them on stage alongside with a drummer to deliver breathtaking shows at festivals and in clubs. In 2015, after touring the clubs with their revamped live show including a live drummer, We Love Machines released ‘Salt EP’.

 

For this 4 track EP, We Love Machines took the driving energy from these countless live shows directly in to the studio and fused it with their signature electro sound.
The combination of this raw power, their machine wizardry and even some hat tips to grand masters of electronic music make this another record which – as usual – only the two creators can not dance to.