"When people think of Michigan, you think techno and Detroit. Clyde Machine wants to change that. Joseph Greene has found his home in Midland creating music with a dark and disturbing past. Well, not that dark. Not really disturbing, either. In fact, Clyde Machine's history is pretty well rounded.
Clyde Machine really got off the ground thanks to a symbiotic relationship with Benny Gunther, aka Nimanslin, Thanks to an open request on a Facebook group called Electronic Sound Box, Clyde Machine was able to remix a track for Nimanslin's Untouchable EP.
Now active for the past three years, Greene has put out numerous EPs including Full-Forward Movement EP and Now Drop The Bass EP, and the emotionally wrenching Je Peux EP. In 2014, Clyde Machine has been in full production mode pumping out remixes of classics like "Bass Down Low" by Dev and pumping his creative muscles.
Currently, Clyde Machine is awaiting the release of his Dangerfairy EP, due by the end of January 2015. Joseph is hoping to change the way that people view his music, with his take on the bass-infused dance sound, creating full-on musical medleys with elements of orchestral and unconventional sounds. It's nasty music with a focus on unique sound design."
- Matt Meadow (Editor, YourEDM)