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More More Sound reviews Rock It Science, the Rocket Science remix album

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The songs share the same original inner core and “soul” as their original counterparts, yet they have been twisted, stretched, bent and rearranged in order to offer a brand new take on the mood, emotion and environment behind every single song on the track list.

Dynamic Plus – Rock It Science

If you thought that Dynamic Plus managed to deliver an eclectic and forward-thinking record with their album “Rocket Science”, you haven’t heard half of it.

Always striving to push their boundaries and their music, the band compiled a remixed and reworked version of the entire album, re-released as “Rock It Science”.

The songs share the same original inner core and “soul” as their original counterparts, yet they have been twisted, stretched, bent and rearranged in order to offer a brand new take on the mood, emotion and environment behind every single song on the track list. The result? A bass-heavy and groovy hip-hop album with shades of electro.

If you had the chance to enjoy “Rocket Science”, this re-mixed album will be a tasty complement to it. If you are new to the band, you’ll be amazed by their versatility and by the broad musical scope of their vision!

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Rocket Science review on musicblogged.com’s Jenn Carson

January 23, 2015 Leave a comment

Album review : Dynamics Plus Rocket Science

words by Jenn Carson for MusicBlogged.com

The lyrical talents and drive within the experimental music is top notch, setting a tone of high anticipation for the album.

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With his most prominent release yet Dynamics Plus sets out his creative vision of hip-hop with fast-paced lyrical talent and drive.

Sometimes I wish I could step into the mind of someone during their creative process. To see and hear what is going on and how the person came to create formulas in music, writing, art etc. Sometimes, those with talent fall just short of genius, making one wonder where something went wrong within the process. At times what is produced is top notch and addictive. Within experimentation it is difficult to find the balance between perfection and pleasantly weird. Dynamics Plus recent release The Dynamic Universe Volume 9: Rocket Science is the perfect example of what I am talking about. Now, don’t get me wrong, this is definitely a pretty solid album but that doesn’t mean I would necessarily describe the sound as “Rocket Science” as it isn’t as pristine or clean cut, but more so Steam Punk.

 

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DjjD’s Top Picks and Reviews + Interview Rocket Science

December 4, 2014 Leave a comment

Album Review: DUV 9

 

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I believe Dynamics Plus has done an awesome job here. It’s not hard to tell a lot of serious work went into this. It takes a special kind of person to make everything sound just right, it takes a skilled one to make it cohesive adhering to a certain degree of multeity.

 

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Dynamics Plus, a native of Long Island, New York provides an original blend of R&B elements and fast-paced words of wisdom to those who are keen enough to listen. Depending on how you look at it, this is either going to satisfy your taste with cool, funky fresh synths or aggressive, charismatic lyrics that display a compendium of genres, bound to take you by surprise.

The production of this album is great, the highs are crisp where they need to be and mid-EQ sits on a finely tuned plain of audible astroturf. It varies quite a bit as the tracks can consist of R&B, House, Trip-Hop, Rock, and Funk elements. It always switches things up; there’s never a dull moment. I took a moment to ask Dynamics Plus a few questions on his new album:
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DjjD Studios: What was your inspiration for this album?
Dynamics Plus: I guess Rocket Science feeds off the last albums. It was after C.H.A.O.S. Legion and Battlestrux Year One: Captain of a Starship that people kept asking if I was done with freestyle rhyming and aggressive raps. I just felt that the narrative was a fine showcase for my creative slant so I incorporated a lot of the storytelling style on Rocket Science.
DjjD: So it’s your fans who help you create more new material?
 
Dynamics Plus: Yes. It’s about slices of my life translated through rap music. Things happen and have happened and I share. I planned for a huge number of albums and I jump around that list of projects- depending on what’s going on and what feels right to make. Some projects had to wait until my skills and tools matched my vision.

 

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Source:http://djjdstudios.blogspot.com/2014/12/album-review-duv-9-rocket-science-by.html

Dynamics Plus. The Jamsphere Magazine article ‘Shifting Rap Moods’

November 11, 2014 Leave a comment

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Jamsphere article (2014 September’s Issue mirrors!)

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Jammed with artists -including Dynamics Plus

 

This album is a natural progression from previous works, with moods music shifting rapidly and without warning, tracks start one way, and then stop and morph. Musically, it is far less reliant on ‘standard’ Hip-Hop sounds, pushing more determinedly into funkier, soul, jazz and other keyboard induced grooves.

 

The SEPTEMBER 2014 issue of our monthly Indie Music Magazine. FEATURED THIS MONTH: Katrell, Kashkao, Amberson-Backett Band, Indie Anthems Vol.6, Luke Helmond, Tommy West, Rock Paper Pistols, Peter O’ Lean, Antonio Pantano, Lisa LaRue & 2KX, Spicy Tempo, Chand K Nova, All Chiefs No Indians, Mayhem Attack Squad, Natalie Jean, Jason Kerrison, , Harlequins Enigma, Dynamics Plus, Lackpro Records, Ricky Rebel.

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!
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Rocket Science album review AreYouAWinslow.com

October 23, 2014 Leave a comment

Dynamics Plus: Rockets viewed and reviewed

 

Rocket Science is a futuristic hip-hop project with numerous nerd references. The title for the album Rocket Science is fitting … it’s clear that this production is both complex and thoughtful and thus why Dynamics Plus used the term for the album.

 

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This is going to be 2 part review so that I can focus on the music and the visual elements of the Dynamics Universe separately. As this is a music blog, let’s first talk about the music. Dynamics Universe Volume 9: Rocket Science is a futuristic hip-hop project with numerous nerd references. The title for the album Rocket Science is fitting. At first, you’d think this name seems a bit derogatory as the normal colloquialism associated with the term “rocket science” is to indicate that something is easy, a la “it’s not rocket science.” But it’s clear that this production is both complex and thoughtful and thus why Dynamics Plus used the term for the album. The first few tracks start out a bit too aggressively for my taste. But once “A Perfect Night A Perfect World” kicked in, I was into this album.

 

 

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Music Review Dynamics Plus Rocket Science – BeachSloth music reviews

Rocket Science is Beached…

 

                           but not Bleached MUSIC REVIEW

Dynamics Plus – DUV 9 Rocket Science

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“…the amount of emotional familiarity veers from outright celebratory to moody darker sections. Everything comes together to create quite a human album. “

 

Dynamics Plus’s “DUV 9 Rocket Science” has a vast variety of styles. From quiet shadowy tracks to outright dance tracks and everything in between, Dynamics Plus includes it all. Such a selection means that the album moves along with a sense of purpose. Hence the amount of emotional familiarity veers from outright celebratory to moody darker sections. Everything comes together to create quite a human album.

“Rocket Science Intro Esper Wish” starts the collection off with an atmospheric sleepy track. Volume increases significantly on “Phase Shift” as it is nearly shouted like they are slowly building off of each other’s energy. On “Hug the Pole” the sound is downright glamorous kept pristine clean. This mood continues on “A Perfect Night A Perfect World” which glides along lusciously. “Turn It Up a Few Degrees” is the party track of the collection with everything made as intense as possible. After a brief interlude an Akufen-inspired track follows entitled “Dominator Brainstorm” which serves as one of the highlights of the collection. Eventually this dance-focus slows down on “Grace Notes” inspired more by videogame music than dance. Finally a cool-down happens on “Taxi All is Fair” that lets everything finally relax.

Elements of rock influence permeate the latter tracks. “Dash the Cloud” is particularly catchy with a nice hook that sinks into the mind. This continues with the optimistic slowness of “Sunrise to Sunset”, another highlight of the collection. “The Ultimate Year” ends off the collection on a high note. Overall Dynamic Plus creates a solid experience.

 

Source: http://beachsloth.blogspot.com/2014/07/dynamics-plus-duv-9-rocket-science.html

 

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