Tokyo Machine teams-up with Indonesian electronic music trio Word Genius and vocalist Lights in a brand new release, “Last Summer,” which is available to stream/download via Monstercat.

Tokyo Machine, Weird Genius, & Lights – Last Summer

Combining each of the artists’ unique styles, “Last Summer” is an electro-pop track that radiates with positive energy all around. The release captivates with Lights catchy vocals and continues with internationally inspired elements, which will resonate with listeners worldwide.

“Ever since I saw Weird Genius play their set at Ocean Meets Music, I knew I want to work with their insane talent.  Lights vocals put the cherry on top for this record. To be able to team-up with both of them is a dream, and I’m so excited for everyone to be able to hear our collaboration! Hope each one of you takes something out of this song, a piece that resonates with you.”

Tokyo Machine

“We’ve been fans of TM’s works since his early releases like “Pixel” and he actually influenced some of our productions. His blend of heavy bass and catchy chiptune melodies made him really stand out amongst the waves of bass music producers. Needless to say, we were really stoked when he reached out to us, as we have had demos that would fit perfectly with his style. For this collab, we wanted to make something that perfectly expresses our signature sounds but is presented as a catchy pop tune. We had lots of fun making this track and we hope you guys enjoy it!”

Weird Genius

“There was something sweet about the track, sweet enough that it could almost be sad. So I wrote something bittersweet because everything sweet needs some bitter. The past year has made a lot of us look back on better times, for better or for worse. Here’s one of mine.”


Tokyo Machine has grown to become one of the most recognized artists in the industry with a trademark sound that merges Japanese culture and video games with Boombastic EDM. The artist has amassed a “TOKI-CREW” of dedicated fans, garnered over 50M streams to date, and gained support from the likes of Tiësto, Martin Garrix, David Guetta, and Dillon Francis to name a few.  2021 marks the artist’s fifth year on the recording label Monstercat.  For additional information on Tokyo Machine, please visit his official website.