Posts by Dynamik Bass System


    Dynamik Bass System signs his great return to his own Robotmachine Records with a two tracker of authentic electro funk. In pure DBS style, “Please Don’t Call Me Up” kicks off the digital release with female vocals, warm bass line and old school vocoder over feverish 808 drums. The track turns into an ode to the West Coast sound from the mid 80’s thanks to vintage synth flights and catchy melodies showcasing DBS unique skill to write modern tunes with a true retro spirit. Ultra funky “Computer Brain – Silicon Vein” instantly following serves up another nostalgic stormer. Almighty robot lyrics lead the listener through a funky world driven by powerful beats, guitar and trumpets from back in the days. Ace!


    Review by Chris Nexus 6 | facebook
    Cover artwork by Thomas Kress | www.thomaskress.de


    Digital download only!
    For the early birds and supporters … pre-sale now on Bandcamp!
    Official release on January 22nd in any digital store!


    Hardfloor – P.E.L.F. (Dynamik Bass System Remix)



    HF020 12″
    Check out another Dynamik Bass System remix for Hardfloor … „P.E.L.F.“ … with vocals from Egyptian Lover …


    grab it right here: HF020 12″ | HF020 12″ LTD



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    Sady K – 1981 Remixes EP – Robotmachine Records RMR-011



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    Tracklist:

    1 | Ich bin nicht wie du (Dynamik Bass System Remix)
    2 | Player (Dynamik Bass System Remix)
    3 | Ich will dich tanzen sehen (Dynamik Bass System Remix)
    4 | Ich bin nicht wie du (Dynamik Bass System Instrumental Remix)
    5 | Player (Dynamik Bass System Instrumental Remix)
    6 | Ich will dich tanzen sehen (Dynamik Bass System Instrumental Remix)



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    Robotmachine Records | www.robotmachine.com

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    New release from Thomas Kress on Robotmachine Records. Including remixes from TecRoc and Dynamik Bass System.


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    Thomas Kress – Utilize Me | RMR-009


    1 | Aggressive Machine
    2 | Utilize Me
    3 | Utilize Me (Dynamik Bass System Remix)
    4 | Munich Music Making Machines
    5 | Munich Music Making Machines (TecRoc Remix)
    6 | Beat Terrorist


    Available as digital download and limited colored vinyl! Pre-sale here: www.decks.de
    Later on in other stores!




    The new release by Thomas Kress, "Utilize me", is a production aiming to propel Electro Funk into the modern era with growling bass lines, hypnotising sequences and technoid dynamics. The tracks compress dark synths, vocoderized voice-samples and impulsive arpeggios into a minimalist constructed and organic mesh of sound. Featuring additional remixes by Dynamik Bass System and TecRoc, the release includes a total of six tracks and presents a diverse spectrum of revolving electrophonic sound worlds.


    Cover artwork by Thomas Kress
    Robotmachine Records | www.robotmachine.com

    “Men of Earth, we of the planet Mars give you this warning!”


    Once again, Robotmachine spreads devastating vibes on the Electro system like a trail of shooting star! Following the successful “Robotmachine Remixes” by the end of 2011, the German label returns with its third vinyl and eighth digital installment.


    DYNAMIK BASS SYSTEM – Invasion From Mars | RMR-008
    1 | Invasion From Mars
    2 | Invasion Beats
    3 | Out Of Control
    4 | Control Beats


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    Limited white coloured vinyl! Digital download coming soon!
    Pre-sale first on www.decks.de. Later on in other stores!




    Dynamik Bass System's E.P. kicks off with the title track, a 7 minuts superproduction taking you millions miles away from Earth. Opening on a cosmic message taken from the 50’s movie “The Angry Red Planet”, the jam tells the story of astronauts on a no return mission to Mars. Pitch lyrics enhanced by Miami artist Junior Rock of Sound Chasers fame (Back II Boom, DadeaBass, Cut It Up Def Records v2.0), nasty vocodered vocals over pulsing 808 bassdrums and sophisticated synth lines encapsulate the dramatic tension of the track to progressively reveal the terrible dangers awaiting anyone venturing into the unhealthy alien ecosystem. Having all the hallmarks of an instant classic, DBS much anticipating hit comes with “Invasion Beats”, an evil yet short edit version where melodies have been completely remodeled.


    The flipside sees DBS merging his familiar array of authentic 808 drums to more analog keyboards and retro electro flavors to deliver on “Out Of Control” an untouchable condensed of funk based upon advanced beats, cutting-edge modulations, whispers a la Egyptian Lover and West Coast spaced out strings. The E.P. finishes off with bodyrockin “Control Beats”, a fierce instrumental electro version of “Out Of Control” bringing the set to a magistral conclusion.


    Since “Heliopause” (RMR001), Robotmachine love affair with space keeps on increasing release after release. RMR008 is nothing sort of different, serving up an uplifting four tracker that continues his exploration of the sharped line between old-school electro and Sci-Fi genre while focusing the results firmly on the dance floor.*“Invasion From Mars” will definitively keep you into orbit around the electro galaxy!



    Robotmachine Records | www.robotmachine.com
    Dynamik Bass System | www.dynamikbass.com
    Cover artwork by Thomas Kress | www.peeklog.com
    Thank's to Chris (Nexus6) for the promo text.


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    Robotmachine | The Remixes | Release 26-12-11


    Robotmachine Records returns with it most ambitious digital outing to date!


    Robotmachine – The Remixes | RMR-007
    01 | Robotmachine (Original Mix)
    02 | Robotmachine (Aux 88 Remix)
    03 | Robotmachine (Mandroid Remix)
    04 | Robotmachine (Detroit In Effect Remix)
    05 | Robotmachine (Downrocks Remix)
    06 | Robotmachine (Hardfloor Remix)
    07 | Robotmachine (Detroit Techno Militia Remix)
    08 | Robotmachine (Dark Vektor Remix)
    09 | Robotmachine (Di’jital Remix)
    10 | Robotmachine (Kronos Device Remix)


    Digital download coming soon! 26-12-2011


    Robotmachine Records | http://www.robotmachine.com
    Dynamik Bass System | http://www.dynamikbass.com
    Thank’s to Chris (Nexus6) for the promo text!



    Dynamik Bass System’s classic “Robotmachine” has been masterly revisited by some heavywheights procuders worldwide featuring VIP’s Aux 88 (Puzzlebox Records), Mandroid (Breakin’ Records), Detroit In Effect (M.A.P Records), Downrocks (Beathazard), Hardfloor (Hardfloor), Detroit Techno Militia(Cratesavers International), Dark Vektor (Dona-Li Records), Di’jital (Twilight 76 Records) and Kronos Device (Battle Trax).


    The result is an outstanding collection of nine premium reworks collected from all around the globe to celebrate the label seventh release and one ofDynamik Bass Systemmost infamous gems (also included in the digital pack as a bonus)!


    Faithful to the cybernetic aesthetic of the original while moving forward in a new direction, each artist on board this huge project has treated the main theme with personal vision and intricate care to details; from UK to Spain passing through USA and Germany, all of them have given the track another facet, covering musical genres such like Miami Bass, Techno Bass, Electrofunk and beyond!


    Following the successful Faster Than Light & Bruno Binary outputs, essential “Robotmachine – The Remixes” serves up a great offering of perfectly balanced hits without compromise, sure to please a wide audience. Ultimate combination of authentic playful cuts fuelled with synthetic melodies, lethal vocoder action, massive 808 programming alongside 4/4 elements and magnificent beats, with notable contributions from Aux 88, Di’jital, Downrocks or Mandroid just to name a few, this is outerspace food for your robots, catchy enough to ensure you contests on the dance floor!


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    Hi! I’m very sorry for this situation.


    decks.de did all the pressing. So all the records are gone to them. I'm also still waiting for my copies. :( But I will keep you up to date if something changes. I hope very soon …


    Cheers,
    Thomas