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Fallout Shelter Elevator Music Volume I: BASSment Level

August 27, 2011 1 comment

Elevator Music Volume I: BASSment Level

 

 

This is instrumental music from the Fallout Shelter. The Lenzmen Dynamics Plus, Drew Spence, Domino Grey and Xodus Phoenix combine forces to bring you a collection of radioactive treats. The sonics are hard and beautiful, thick and agile. Ride the Elevator down to the lowest level, the Bassment Level. Go ahead. Press the button on the bottom.

 

Somewhere underground, there is a fortified bunker. Within these walls, the structure of sound is manipulated under the watchful eye of Doctor Atomics. Breaking the silence of solitude is the voice of Amy Fiona Lexington, an advanced Self Aware Digital Entity, charged with the balancing of applied harmonics. She is the guardian companion of scientist and track architect Dynamics Plus.

 

Electronic Specialist Domino Grey uses his sonic footprint to layer additional melodic, semi-periodic content. The Xodus Phoenix adds his low-grain yield to compliment the aural decay. The StudioAVX Sound Designer Griffin Avid defines the molecular composition and assembles the final elements in ordered sequence. This is presented by Dynamica Music. This is Audio for a Futuristic Vision.

 

Fallout Shelter

 

Four music producers decide to combine forces and create music under the name Fallout Shelter. They are Dynamics Plus (from the Lenzmen rap group), Drew Spence (from Producer’s Edge Magazine), Xodus Phoenix (instrumentalist) and Domino Grey (electronic music producer). These are instrumentals and beats designed for your listening pleasure. We only wish regular Elevator Music was so groovy.

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Griffin Avid says:  And so my last project was the mixing, mastering and audio restoration for Dynamica Music’s new “super group” Fallout Shelter.

It’s an alternative hip hop instrumental album. Featuring a bunch of mag regulars, a few alter-egos and a bunch of radioactive beats.

I mostly tightened the ends and fixed a few arrangement anomalies. I had a few tracks that only existed in rough “CD to listen to” form that I had to restore.
I’m used to that since a lot of the music I’m asked is OLD and there’s no access to the original files. I dare anyone to tell which tracks are recent and which ones are 20 years old. Lolz. I’ll probably make a blog post later on about all the particulars, but it’s really nothing major since the plugs/gear is readily available to all of us.

So a few of us create under different aliases and it’s nice to represent them all on one project. It’s the first one of a series and I hope the rest keep up the general vibe.
What else? It hits iTunes and a week or two, for now it can be scooped up on the Dynamic hompage at www.TheDynamicUniverse.com. Well worth the money and it will cool to see or better yet hear what I do.

Here’s the info press release behind the album.

Album cover for Fallout Shelter BASSment Level

Alternative Instrumental Album Bassment Level

Elevator Music Volume I: BASSment Level
This is instrumental music from the Fallout Shelter. The Lenzmen Dynamics Plus, Drew Spence, Domino Grey and Xodus Phoenix combine forces to bring you a collection of radioactive treats. The sonics are hard and beautiful, thick and agile. Ride the Elevator down to the lowest level, the Bassment Level. Go ahead. Press the button on the bottom.

Somewhere underground, there is a fortified bunker. Within these walls, the structure of sound is manipulated under the watchful eye of Doctor Atomics. Breaking the silence of solitude is the voice of Amy Fiona Lexington, an advanced Self Aware Digital Entity, charged with the balancing of applied harmonics. She is the guardian companion of scientist and track architect Dynamics Plus.

Electronic Specialist Domino Grey uses his sonic footprint to layer additional melodic, semi-periodic content. The Xodus Phoenix adds his low-grain yield to compliment the aural decay. The StudioAVX Sound Designer Griffin Avid defines the molecular composition and assembles the final elements in ordered sequence. This is presented by Dynamica Music. This is Audio for a Futuristic Vision.

This is track #4 “Kool Intentions” produced by The Lenzmen Dynamics Plus

CD Artwork for Elevator Music Volume I

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Track Listing

01 Food for Thought 93 bpms

Produced by Dynamics Plus

02 Doorman’s List 98 bpms

Produced by Drew Spence

03 Obey Me 98 bpms

Produced by Xodus Phoenix

04 Kool Intentions 92 bpms

Produced by Dynamics Plus

05 Beast in Green 100 bpms

Produced by Dynamics Plus

06 Closing Doors 90 bpms

Produced by Xodus Phoenix

07 Passion play 97 bpms

Produced by Drew Spence

08 Cold October 92 bpms

Produced by Domino Grey

09 HenchMen Hired 93 bpms

Produced by Dynamics Plus and Drew Spence

10 Sexy Dress 105 bpms

Produced by Drew Spence

11 Banned Items 94 bpms

Produced by Dynamics Plus, Drew Spence and Domino Grey

12 My Sista 100 bpms

Produced by Dynamics Plus, Drew Spence and Domino Grey

13 Come on Up 94 bpms

Produced by Dynamics Plus

14 Personal Space 100 bpms

Produced by Dynamics Plus

http://www.thedynamicuniverse.com/

I’m sure the regular crew will be posting more about this and congrats to my protege Xodus Phoenix for the..placement, I guess.

Available on iTunes also.

Peace Out

http://www.reverbnation.com/falloutsheltermusic

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