This debut album from Glasgow-based DJ, producer and vocalist Debukas feels like the start of something big. Debukas clearly has talent, and his trademark sound - a variant on smart electronic pop with clear influences from tech-house, deep house and leftfield electronic disco - is well thought out and immaculately produced. I Am Machinery is an impressive debut, all told, sounding not unlike Junior Boys jamming with Jamie Jones and Random Factor. It is atmospheric - particularly the likes of "Hold Back The Sea" and "I Am Machinery" - but bubbles with positive intent and more than a little dancefloor swing. He's not the finished article just yet, but this is an excellent start.
DJ-friendly full length tracks