Thedmncproject is a UK based Christian producer, singer and songwriter. He is also a moderator for the “audiobio cloud” group on soundcloud, as well as being a Web and Graphic designer. While he has a very broad taste in music his primary genres for production are House, Dubstep and Hip Hop.
Thedmncproject has released 4 Albums to date, “Journey”, “Vanguard”, “Massive Inlfux” and the fourth album “MOVE”. Dedicated to spreading the message of Christ through music, Thedmncproject also has his own Record Label called dmncWIDE.
Intense and deep-diving into the dubstep tidal wave, MOVE has seductive basslines and intense beat structures. It is dance driven in places, but there is a plethora of intricate down-tempo darker vibes. If you love UK drum and bass and dubstep you will like this album.
Fast or slow, the beats are immaculately crisp and beautifully combined with all manners of synths and samples. Thedmncproject clearly has a knack for extremely well-polished productions. His tracks roar with huge bobbing dubstep beats and sharp buzzsaw synths.
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It all adds up to a full sound that will have your sub blasting and you’ll start doing the wobble. What makes Thedmncproject unique is the noises and ambiances he uses in his tracks. Mixing in dirty wobble bass and haunting samples throughout, his sound is something different in the ever expanding EDM world.
Of the seventeen tracks on the album, every song has a solid production second to none. The kicks are hard, tight, and boomy all at the same time, making it a great introduction to the world of dubstep. Every track offers a different vibe, each distinct and dynamic in its own way. By nature dubstep will assault your ears with a barrage of banging drums and insane, soul-bending bass and MOVE is no exception to the rule.
Standout tracks are easily found, my personal favorites being: “Move”, “The Exit Stategy”, “Frontline”, “Nocturnal Daylight”, “Velocity”, “Gravity”, “Break Points”, “Bridge” and “Sure”.
This is definitely one of the better independent dubstep albums I’ve heard in a while. In this genre you typically find club singles, remix albums, or EPs with 5 tracks tops. Thedmncproject has put together an excellent 17-track dubstep album that is very well produced. The music flows effortlessly from start to finish and that’s a quality that really solidifies an album for me. If you’re not familiar with Thedmncproject, give this one a spin and I think you’ll be pleasantly surprised.
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