Robotmachine Records | FASTER THAN LIGHT – Controlled Society

  • Ultimate joint venture between MANDROID & DYNAMIK BASS SYSTEM.
    FASTER THAN LIGHT – another original musical project on ROBOTMACHINE RECORDS!

    FASTER THAN LIGHT – Controlled Society | RMR-005
    1 | Controlled Society
    2 | Digital Slaves
    3 | Tomorrow People
    4 | Progressive Science

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    Limited Colored Vinyl available at http://%20http//www.decks.de/…&where=labelpic and later on at any other good sorted record shop. Digital Download at any store such as iTunes, Beatport ect. coming soon.

    Cover artwork by Florian Renner | http://www.rennerflorian.de
    Robotmachine Records | http://www.robotmachine.com
    Dynamik Bass System | http://www.dynamikbass.com
    Thank’s to Chris (Nexus6) for the promo text.

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    In this massive four track E.P., Controlled Society invites you to an epic voyage through Bass, Space and Time. Bringing you back to the glorious days of old school electro realm, the 12inch seems like a teleport gate to a scary twilight zone where every little piece of machinery is the your thoughts and acts enemy, a kind of totalitarian yet digital Orwell world ruled and controlled by Big Brother …

    Crossing the boundaries of electro funk music at hyperspace speed, the four cuts return to the basics to reactivate the true essence of electro through vintage synthesizers, filtered rhythms and sick futuristic melodies. Influences of the forefathers Kraftwerk & Egyptian Lovers are ubiquitous on these devastating jams: Progressive Science, for instance, could have been written in L.A. at the mid of the 80’s. Elsewhere, slow Controlled Society sounds lazier oriented electro that expresses the alienating nature of modern technology depicted in Kraftwerk’s songs whereas both Digital Slaves, the lead onslaught of the EP, and forward thinking Tomorrow People offer incredibly deep pieces of Sci-Fi electronic music in West Coast kicking back style.

    With inspired Digital Slaves, rather an electro survival than an electro revival as we seriously doubt you’ll free escape from this lethal release, get a rare insight into the unique steampunk vision of FASTER THAN LIGHT units and their highly nostalgic sound aesthetic resurrected from the past. Retrofuturism is the key word of the release!

    Featuring child voices, soulful melodies, Middle east layers, conscious lyrics, spaced-out strings, feverish scratches sequences, twisty oldschoolish flavor melt with the most advanced vocoders ever, warped beats combined to haunting drums, pop atmosphere throughout … Synthesized for you by MANDROID and DYNAMIK BASS SYSTEM in a collaboration, ROBOTMACHINE RECORDS second outing drops a future classic and collector record that freaks will look forward within twenty years time.

    Robotmachine Records

  • This is fucking awesome. Incredible music.100% pure electro charged b-boy flavoured goodness. will Juno get white vinyl? decks.de postage is too pricey to Oz.

  • Quote from Dynamik Bass System;55666

    I hope decks.de will deliver it very soon to other stores also … I will ask them.

    peez,
    DBS

    Please do, because 37.00€ postage for an 8.99€ record is ridiculous (cheapest shipping on decks.de is deutsch world packet).

    Mr Pip Williams is sending his new record overseas for only £2 (2.27€) postage.

    The record sounds awesome but the price is prohibitive.
    Maybe set up a discogs page like Pip just did.

    I want 2 copies...

    The new Dagobert vinyl just turned up on Juno with attractive postage.

  • Quote from idiotproof67;55840

    Please do, because 37.00€ postage for an 8.99€ record is ridiculous (cheapest shipping on decks.de is deutsch world packet).

    Mr Pip Williams is sending his new record overseas for only £2 (2.27€) postage.

    The record sounds awesome but the price is prohibitive.
    Maybe set up a discogs page like Pip just did.

    I want 2 copies...

    The new Dagobert vinyl just turned up on Juno with attractive postage.

    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

  • Quote from Dynamik Bass System;55846

    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

    Thanks man.
    I'm sure i'm not the only one in this situation.
    Maybe the German postal service is the unfair one, but yet postage via the Dominance record shop is affordable.

    Your still waiting for your copies? Oh...okay then... damn!
    All the best. Hope to hear some good news.

    Music sounds fantastic. Good luck.

  • I have been collecting electro since 85...DBS, is my favorite new school electro group. You guys produce some nice stuff...will pick this up on Itunes..will it be out this week?

  • Quote from Dynamik Bass System;56083

    Thanks guys!

    Should be available in a few days on Juno and other shops too … the same goes for MP3 … :headphones:

    Excellent. I have my eyes peeled. This is supreme.
    I also bought my 1st electro record in '84 ("Danger Zone 12") & records like this continues my love for the genre.

  • Record sound awesome, but the price is too high. Maybe set up just did not like the PIP discogs page

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