Tokyo Machine is a Bass House artist on Monstercat. His debut to the label was on July 22nd, 2016 with his track "PARTY", which was featured on Monstercat 028 - Uproar. Although the main genre he focuses in is Bass House, he breaks into other genres for certain parts of his song, mostly to give his sound a different vibe. one other genre he uses often (not used nowadays by Tokyo Machine) is Breaks.
Tokyo Machine's identity is officially unknown. Tokyo Machine wears a mask that has a zig-zag pattern in white and glasses on his face that have caret (^) icons on to cover his identity. They are seen wearing it both on stage at events and in the artworks of their songs.
Tokyo Machine is the only artist on the label to have more than one song featured on the same alias within a Rocket League x Monstercat compilation, with his songs "ROCK IT" and "FLY". His most streamed song (as of October 2018) on Spotify is "ROCK IT", with his debut "PARTY" not too far behind at 2 million.
- July 22, 2016
- August 22, 2016
- October 17, 2016
- December 2, 2016
- January 27, 2017
- March 8, 2017
- May 3, 2017
- ROCK IT
- June 6, 2017
- September 6, 2017
- October 30, 2017
- March 15, 2018
- September 3, 2018
- October 18, 2018
14. JINGLE BELLS
- December 17, 2018
- From his debut single 'PARTY' to his latest single right now, all of his song titles are always capitalized
- He has animal companions that always appeared in his cover art. He called them 'Tokimon', a reference to Pokemon.
- The rabbit is named "Robo-Chan". Robo-Chan's gender is a female, as her voice was revealed in many of Tokyo Machine's song teasers.
- The two-tailed fox is named "Kit the Fox". Kit's gender is assumed to be a male.
- The tiger is named "Supertigre", a reference to Superman. Supertigre's gender is a male.
- The jellyfish is named "Miss Jelly". Miss Jelly's gender is a female.
- The seal is named "Beerseal". Beerseal's gender is assumed to be a male.
- The snake is named "Chi". Chi's gender is assumed to be a male. (Possible reference from Japanese word Orochi, which means "giant snake".)
- The owl's name is unknown. The owl's gender is assumed to be either.
- The ghost's name is unknown. The ghost's gender is assumed to be a female.
- The dinosaur and egg's names are unknown. The dinosaur and egg's genders is assumed to be both.
- The lemur's name is unknown. The lemur's gender is assumed to be a male.
- The fish's name is unknown. The fish's gender is assumed to be either.
- The spider's name is unknown. The spider's gender is assumed to be a female.
- His signature always has " [^ vvvv ^] " written on every status he posted on Facebook or Twitter (He's not always using ^ . Sometimes he variated it with other icon or emoji, like heart or question mark)
- He likes to call his fans the "Toki-crew"
- The debut of the artist is teased by Monstercat, by posting Tokyo Machine silhouette in Super Smash Bros template, which can be found here
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