Up to date, intelligent Electronic Dancemusic without blinders and style purisms: Smooth, funky, deep but still rocking. Combining apparent opposites and overcoming boundaries, without loosing authenticity or ending up in elitist manierism- that's the mission. The musical band with of pulver-relevant sound worlds was already outlined by the debut-release of the compilation "A Night at Blowshop". The first official Dublex Inc. Floorfiller "Tango Forte", a Double 12" featuring remixes by Quantic, Baby Mammoth, Sequel and Telemark, made its way up to the Peak Position of the German Club Charts within short time and had stayed in that position for more than 8 weeks.
After the DJ- and Producer Duo Andreas Kinzl and Roland Hackl had supported and pushed this success with their wonderful hip-bouncing "Tango Forte" RMX, the fifth Label-Release is in detail dedicated to Telemark's soundcosmos.
"We're on a Mission" Original Version: Hackl & Kinzl approach with a leisure reggae speed, circle deep bassbeats, harmonica shreds and other dub effects around the spherical "We're on a mission" - vocal sample, pick up speed in the right moment and slide into a casual 2Step-House-Beat.
"We're on a Mission" Dutch Rhythm Combo Rmx: Felix Haaksman, alias Dutch Rhythm Combo, starts off where the Original ends. He leaves out the vocal bits, enters with house speed, replaces the harmonica dubs by a reggae-guitar riff and adds a deep minimal beat. The result is techno-like Dub-House.
"Get enough": Here the borders between Dancemusic and Pop, between precise electronic and organic instrumental sounds (pan flutes, sic !!) blur. A powerful bass enfoldes a fragile accustic guitar sample, playful and gentle, saccharine but also mighty as the roars of thunder.
"Deep Architecture" : Towards the end the two Sound-Astronauts craft an artistic sound building, in which all elements of the previous tracks meet. Casual tugging beats, vibrating low frequenz basses, flickering harmonica shreds, scratching-febrile mixer and jazz-like instrumental samples pour into each other like milk and honey.
Same goes for the Telemark-cosmos: A small spaceship slides weightlessly through the orbit, passing monumental clusters of bassteroides, the crew's dancing and two aliens are mixing panflutes and breakbeat cocktails on Ten Forward.