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Fallout Shelter: Quantum String Theory

December 12, 2016 Leave a comment



Quantum String Theory

New Music from  the instrumental crew.


Fallout Shelter pin points and plucks strings to interact and gravitate towards a release that’s a somber simmering soundtrack to the fundamental forces and forms of matter. What matters is Domino Grey, Drew Spence, Dynamics Plus and Xodus Phoenix.


Track Listing

1) Black Dress Blues

2) Temper Temper

3) Run Slow

4) Dull Breeze for Study

iTunes link…


Dynamics Plus – Architect of the Heavens

Dynamics Plus Architect of the Heavens

What cosmic force is the Architect of the Heavens?

It’s a cosmic journey of sound, based on the sights of our planetary system. What unseen hand shaped the heavens and put the planets in motion? He has left us wheels and cogs as evidence of his handiwork. A clock maker on a universal scale. Beyond time and space are the designs of His celestial order. We are small witnesses to a divine miracle.


What cosmic force is the Architect of the Heavens?


Producer Dynamics Plus from The Lenzmen and Fallout Shelter creates an ambient experience as we travel across our solar system and feel the pull of the planets. Gravity is translated into sound and the result is the vibration from the void and the frequencies found within the firmament.

Available now on CD Baby    and Bandcamp   iTunes Beatport and wherever fine music is sold

Buy Directly from Dynamica Music/AVXP along with other great titles.

Dynamics Plus Architect of the HEavens album

Final Release Cover Art

CPG interview with Domino Grey 2015

January 14, 2015 Leave a comment

Canadian Producers Group

Exclusive Interview with Domino Grey

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O Canada! Domino Grey on deck.

Domino Grey is an Electronic Music producer from New York. His influences range from Hip Hop to Deep House. He is part of a group that releases instrumental music under the name Fallout Shelter.

Image of Producer/Artist Domino Grey

Domino in his Dominion

You’ve been producing for quite some time now. What’s it like being an old school producer in this new day and age?

I mostly grew up listening to House and the most popular dance records so the music I create has a wide range of influences. It’s a split of genres now. Making house music isn’t really based on being old school, it’s just one of my favorite sounds. I like big room and electro elements, but they don’t speak to me enough to create a work that fits squarely in those lanes. There’s an acceptance behind making what fits your ear and letting go of what’s trendy for profit’s sake. I think it’s great to have your hand on a pulse, but I am most comfortable creating from my ear and taste then with pure technical skills.

How did you first get into music production? 

Recording at other studios and always feeling rushed…trying so hard to maximize the time. It’s a creative-killer so I started building my own studio so I could create whenever I wanted to- in whatever zone I needed to be in.

When was your first big break as an electronic music producer? 

I wouldn’t even say I’ve had my big break yet. My break-though came when I decided to switch from beatz to instrumentals and then to something groovy and danceable. I was experimenting and working towards something. While sitting at a train station, I was cranking my latest mix and the kids started dancing. I knew then that I was on the right path.

Dopmino Grey studio bannner

Domino Grey



Find out more about CPG (Canadian Producers Group)


Most prominent release:

The Butterfly Affect Series


You Tube Video playlist for Domino Grey



Blogsite for Domino Grey music


Fallout Shelter featured in Jamsphere magazine October issue

November 4, 2014 Leave a comment

Elevator Music is Going Down in Jamsphere Magazine


Those multi-personality-powered Fallout Shelter instrumentalists are featured in October’s print and digital issue of Jamsphere magazine. They get down with the newest release Elevator Music: Going Down.

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Jamsphere covers all the news, reviews, interviews and events of the world’s top independent music artists from all genres. Every month we choose the cream of the crop from the numerous artists published across the JAMSPHERE network and edit them into our magazine, ready for digital download or to be delivered as a physical copy right to your door. Each month copies are also distributed to industry professionals and music’s top taste-makers, as we continue our quest to make indie irresistible!


Jamsphere magazine cover October 2014

Falling in with Going Down!

OCTOBER ISSUE FEATURES: Dog Society, Sono Vero, Sarantos, Eric IQ Gray, The Felt Fedoras, Fallout Shelter, Marshall Dane, TigerPunch, Jon Alkalay, Bobby Bofman, Xander Demos, Ryan Spendlove, Daniel Angelus, Darren Cinque, Midwest Skies!, Fruit N Beef, Unkle Sam, Fallout Shelter, Zaena Morish


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Link to buy current issue and/or subscribe:

Since it aint free to read, here are the two pages dedicated to Fallout Shelter.

Fallout Shelter Magazine page screen capture

Page 01 from Jamsphere magazine October Issue

Fallout Shelter

2nd page of feature Jamsphere magazine

Support the indies and buy that issue, it’s only $1.99 for a slice of history.

Get at them

Video Dynamics Plus Grace Notes

Official music video for Dynamics Plus


“Grace Notes”



Dynamics Plus “Grace Notes” from

the Dynamic Universe Volume 9 album

Rocket Science

Written by Drew Spence

Filmed by Samuel M Wimbley

Edited by Griffin Avid


Rocket Science launches another one. Gracefully Noted



Grace Notes lyrics – written by Dynamics Plus


You can vow to never- come up out your house

my d— still pushed down deep in your mouth

You liar, you said you retired, shots fired

The “Wizard Is In”; sick magician, tricky.

Lyrically, my scripts writ far beyond abilities.

Rap critic, acidic, cynic, here’s another clinic.

You should leave this elite league

You need a leave, Aleve, plus a long lead.

I’m a read Reed Richards, be relieved

This aint Christopher Reeves or Duane Reade

or Dwyane Wade, or Dwayne Wane.

This means: watch his arms raise when he gains degrees.

You couldn’t surpass if you had every answer

in the X-Men First Class, now and future past,

a flying guillotine, a Gracie gui, the tai chi

the yellow suit and black stripes of Bruce Lee.

You couldn’t find a mind more twisted than mine

if you combined the half life combine,

combined with some carbines from Columbine-

or had the prawns armor on from district 9

or a glass of water from signs

or even a suit Tom Cruise would use or a

Pandora suit Stephen Lang would choose.

No acrobat, you couldn’t write and react

even if you had Yoda stuffed in a knapsack.

I’m nimble, limber, singe to cinders

a sick inventor I spit, split and splinter

My Fallout Shelter’s a Nuclear Winter.

A shooting star, I back flip to finish ya.

I grim reap, trim meat cleave.

You grit your teeth ask ‘Why you repeat?’

Well, that’s a motif, my ES7.

The DS7: heavy metal, heavy weapon

Ignored the warning, sign said ‘no swimming’ in.

Dived in, saw the sharks fin, started panicking

Your splashing’s attracting him.

Stop acting in bullshit rap tales.

You feeling the Braille?

Rhymes too frail, you just might fail.

——————     ———————–

Rocket Science album cover

Rocket Science. Blast off now.

The Rocket Science album is available on all digital and physical copies can be purchased here.



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JamSphere Review: Fallout Shelter Elevator Music Volume III Going Down

September 22, 2014 Leave a comment

Fallout Shelter: “Elevator Music Volume III Going Down”


Fallout Shelter Music

Jamsphere in the Sphere of influence.

Emotional warmth fills the tracks

along with their usual sonic extremes

Posted By: Rick JammPosted date: September 22, 2014


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.

Fallout Shelter has always taken their sound to new heights, adding depth and intricacy to their scores of heady electronics. Emotional warmth fills the tracks, along with their usual sonic extremes, creating an album that is at once moving and honest. Elevator Music Volume III Going Down will change the way you listen to electronic music.




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Video: Fallout Shelter Elevator Music Volume III Going Down EarWaxxSessions

September 16, 2014 Leave a comment

Fallout Shelter @ EarWaxxSessions

Fallout Shelter was invited to open the EarWaxxSessions and we made a video that highlights parts of the set that feature music from Elevator Music Volume III Going Down instrumental album.

Filmed by Samuel M Wimbley.

Tracks featured in Track Sampler

01 Mixdown Replicant ( prod. Dynamics Plus)

02 Ray Trippin (prod. Xodus Phoenix)

03 Dia-Monde (prod. Dynamics Plus)

04 Twister Lime (prod. Drew Spence)

06 VIP Section (prod. Drew Spence)

07 Culprit (prod. Dynamics Plus)

08 Martyr For The Cause (prod. Drew Spence)

11 Load Up The Posse (prod. Dynamics Plus)

16 Push Forward (prod. Dynamics Plus)


Fallout Shelter album cover

Fall in to the fallout with Fallout Shelter.

 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.


Reverb Nation :


Blog Post relating to fallout Shelter




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