The TEKNÖMADS are excited to bring this limited release of "Synthesize UR Life" to you on cassette. Complete with four new previously unreleased tracks from DOS.putin, only available on this tape.
These tapes come to you professionally dubbed on a high quality ultra-high bias cobalt grade 5-screw compact cassette. Delivered in a jewel Norelco case with full color art insert. Cover designed by DOS himself.
Don't miss this one, your boombox will never forgive you!
Includes unlimited streaming of Synthesize UR Life
via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
In 1973 Curtis Mayfield released the Album "Back to the World" that featured the song "Future Shock". Curtis credited his inspiration to Alvin Tofflers 1970 book "Future Shock" and subsequently the 1972 movie of the same title. A decade later in 1983 Herbie Hancock covered the song, and used the title for his album. DØS sites this album as one of the most influential records in the molding of the current electronic music world. He also credits this album as being one of the most influential on his own music tastes and stylings. "Plastic Wrapped" is a track full of meta/mental cameos around the "Future Shock" theme. Video game blips and a break beat that harkens back to Herbie's sound break the song into it's first wave of funk. Samples of Orson Wells interplay with wonky C64 solo's and 80's poly synth stabs. The breaks and bass steady this otherwise wonky funk track. Any way you take it, it's "Da Fønk"!