New York City-based duo Modern Machines have been rapidly rising through the ranks of dance music since their emergence last year. Their electro-house sounds can be heard ringing out throughout some of NYC's most famous dance spots, such as Marquee, Pacha, Webster Hall and LAVO.

Their recently released remix of Rae Sremmurd's hit single, "No Type," is an example of their energetic club-ready sound. This remix remains true to the track's hip-hop chorus, until the powerful build brings listeners to the stadium-sized drop. Already seeing support from the likes of Tiesto, Henry Fong and Chuckie, this is a remix you can expect EDM's biggest names to add to their arsenals for the fast-approaching festival season.

This new Modern Machines track, which is available for free download on their Soundcloud, comes on the heels of their recent remix of Jack U's "Take U There." In August of 2014, they teamed up with fellow NYC-based dance music producers Tommie Sunshine and CID for the widely supported remix of the Yeah Yeah Yeah's single "Maps." Kaskade, Tiesto, Krewella, Adventure Club, Fatboy Slim, Steve Aoki, Fedde Le Grand, Ferry Corsten, W&W and Tommy Trash are just a few of the heavyweights on the remix's massive list of supporters.

The duo was also just featured on Sirius XM's #BETABPM, where they contributed the most recent installment of their "Welcome to the Machine" mix series. Listen to the full mix on the official Modern Machines Soundcloud. Watch for more to come from Modern Machines very soon.