Now performing under their independent and home grown label Hijacker Records, Santiago Street Machine combine explosive, breaks driven drums and seismic, distorted bass riffs with infectious vocal hooks and pulsating synthesizers.
Not afraid to push boundaries, the Manchester trio are equally comfortable throwing out experimental house monsters (such as "Face your Fear") as they are with crowd shaking melodic pop (check their last release through Hijacker Records "Sinking Stone"). Their style draws influence from electro to the Manchester indie scene, through the emergence of dubstep and with pop sensibilities.
The trio had a busy Festival season in 2012 - with Main stage appearances at the likes of LeeFest, Manchester Pride, UV Festival and Eurocultured - and will be looking to take it a step further in 2013. After playing along side Bastille, Hot Chip and Metronomy, Santiago Street Machine are no stranger to the indie-dance revolution.
Their latest single "Holes" dropped on March 10th 2013 iTunes