Future Unwritten

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The Future Unwritten EP showcases two new originals from Madoka. On “Future Unwritten,” Madoka turns in a stomping, big room return to musical form. While vibe here is subtle and smooth on “Future Written.”

Speak For Yourself

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Speak For Yourself is a fresh and focused, steady and slow-building collection of new material from Madoka.

Element 118

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Madoka unearths the heaviest element with super heavy, saturated drums, atomic chords, and heady strings.

While the Lights Are Out

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Madoka returns to his big room roots with this rumbling monster. The Dub has a darker tone, with the main melody removed.

Beacon (DC Dubs)

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To satisfy more minimal tastes, Madoka eliminates the pads, melodies, and bassline of the original Beacon EP songs with two new dubs.


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Madoka returns with deep, dark and dirty ‘Second Room’ sounds. The new EP kickstarts the next chapter of Metamotional Music.

Remix One

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A curated collection of eight artist remixes taken from the first chapter of the Metamotional and Private Reality story.

My Thinking Machine

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Madoka returns under his Leroy Carroll guise to produce a deep and buzzy three-song EP.

Lost Again

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Madoka explores his tech-driven and experimental House side project under the name Leroy Carroll.

Moment of Truth

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Satoshi Fumi warmly recalls a blissful 90’s Techno sound with a funky, shuffling groove and a surprising ethereal drop. Fumi’s good friend, Osamu M, contributes to the package with a techy remix.


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What more can be said about this beauty? “Drift” remixes were featured in DJ sets and compilations including Mo Shic’s February 2003 BBC Radio 1 Essential Mix and paired with the amazing Roel H. remix.


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Three pieces come to you courtesy of Madoka’s Clerk 33 outfit. From the throbbing, rumbling bass and sharp rhythms of “Elektrix” to the understated tone of “Hydraulix,” the set references a variety of electronic styles.



I think it’s time for something different! MTTM is the flagship release for Metamotional Music. The two songs signal a stylistic departure from Madoka’s typical big room tendencies, exploring a deeper musical direction.