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 ARTIST   DJ DEXTRO
 


 Catalog#: KNOB051

 Format: Digital
 Date: Sep. 30, 2008
 
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PLAY  Preview Clip!
PLAY  1 - Circuit Breaker
PLAY  2 - Crazy
PLAY  3 - Shake It
PLAY  4 - Tecktronick
  CREDITS

Written & Produced by DJ Dextro @ RDK Studio, Lisbon Portugal
(p) 2008 Knob Records, Inc. (c) 2008 Knob Records, Inc.
Published by Big Fat Knob.

DESCRIPTION

"Circuit Breaker" - Dreaded dark synth thrusts pave the way with robust sound, acquiring ever expanding motions and filters along the way. The beats and FX have a stiff computer logic which syncopates all intelligent life forms, sending messages of the future. The codes are broken and loud screaming sound risers add all the excitement in the world allowing two profound liberating breakdowns in complete symphonic harmony.

"Crazy" - This track lets loose all the loonies out of the psyche ward for an all out rampage. The sporadic laser stabs and rim circles make sure the hard vibe is sustained. The kick harnesses maximum effect with its stomping command, dropping cold as an electric storm is spiraled in the breakdowns creating a hazing frenzy with a cohesive static of sound. Heavy hitting house music!!!

"Shake It" - Starting with that pumpy minimal tribal run, adding one simple element at a time builds natural intensity and kicks into gear with the sickest stabs and heart piercing climax screamers, then drops minimal again with a vocal "Shake It", spitting out. The action is repeated again and it pays off in an aggressive way, only to be teased back to that raunchy base beat again which is quite effective.

"Tecktronick" - This track is a true test of the intergalactic broadcast system, full of reverse kicks, sonar dot readings, and glitched out wormhole openings, which are not entered into just yet, then at the most unexpected moment, they are shot of into other dimensions with a space motion trigger matrix that is mind boggling. This track will more than please the ears of those true tech house lovers.

SUPPORT

KNOB051 has received support from Pete Houle, Jevne, Greg Desty, DJ Think, Ed De Dano

FEEDBACK

"wow...what a killer ep..circuit breaker and crazy are just awsome grungy tracks..i love them.. shake it...what a great tribal element to the release.. and finally, tecktronick, this track is just plain insane..im very impressed with this ep..great material..would love to work with this artist anytime.cheers"
Pete Houle, Knob Records (Canada)

"With a pic like that the music has to be good!!! nice work!"
Jevne, Onethirty Recordings/Balance/Knob Records (USA)

"Circuit Breaker - Very Good - 8/10"
"Crazy - Very Good - 8/10"
"Shake It - Very Good - 8/10"
"Tecktronick - Very Good - 8/10"
Greg Desty, Various Mtl/Release (Canada)

"Circuit Breaker - Excellent. Great one. - 8/10"
"Crazy - Very Good - 7/10"
"Shake It - Good - 7/10"
DJ Think, Fresh FM/Visionz Festival/Cannan Down/Stingray Cafe/Bar/Release (New Zealand)

"Circuit Breaker - very good tech style - 8/10"
Ed De Dano, Disco Records/Release (Latvia)

 TITLE   "THEORY OF CONSPIRACY EP"

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