Kibuka | Dystopia

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by Kibuka

Dean Dennis offers a roller coaster ride of lush atmospheric electronica: fuelled by complex rhythms, melodic ambiences, jazzy over tones, finely manipulated vocal samples fused with the trademark sumptuous bass.
Genre: Electronic: Electronica
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Sucking Up That Stuff
4:16 album only
2. Cell by Cell
4:07 album only
3. Mystery Tour
3:39 album only
4. Run Run
4:03 album only
5. New Talk
4:32 album only
6. Theta
4:33 album only
7. Monstrous
5:13 album only
8. Ripple Effect
4:30 album only
9. Masquerade
4:19 album only
10. Dolly Mop
4:29 album only
11. True Colours
4:05 album only
12. Future Fiction
3:24 album only
13. System Control
4:11 album only
14. Dystopia
3:19 album only
15. All Seeing Eye (Lustmord extended remix)
10:31 album only
16. Chimera (Spiralized/Paul A. Browse remix)
7:13 album only


Album Notes
“Kibuka is a new project from sound mastermind Dean Dennis, formerly of Clock DVA and, more recently, Nohno. A logical successor to the latter’s “Metropolis” (2006), Kibuka’s “Dystopia” takes the sumptuous bass and retro-electronic, tech-ambient feel of that pithy release and articulates it further, fleshing out sharp percussion and puffed-up pads to where the grooves feel totally intuitive and the production bathes in its own eloquence. Deliberately thin-sounding electronics are paired with meaty bass layering, accented with melodic ambiences, then splashed with an array of vocal samples. The tracks are psychedelic and slippery, replete with complex rhythms and jazz-infused constructs, and together settle into a locked-in vibe. In short, “Dystopia” is an extension of the best ambient techno of the last couple decades, with nods to such genre stalwarts as Orbital, Meat Beat Manifesto, Freaky Chakra, and The Black Dog………..”

Dutton Hauhart Bizarre Connexion April 2009

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What people have said so far:

“Ave Forum Romanum !

Dean Dennis (Ex Clock DVA), synth wizard and one of the most innovative musicians on this planet (of sorrow) has realised a brand new cd.

Buy it now !
Carlos Perón

Thomas USA: “…. i’m transfixed and in awe. Absolutely perfect from beginning to end. An aural landscape that at once washes over you and propels you with it’s innovative baselines and rhythms”

Bas NL: “It’s been a while since i did a blog on a CD; but this first release by Dean Dennis and Snook under the moniker Kibuka definitely needs attention! After prolific co-operation in bands like Clock DVA, T.A.G.C, a solo project Nohno it is now in Kibuka that another realm is entered. With Snook the work’s turned to a more cerebral and mellow area compared to earlier releases.

The music on this first release ‘Dystopia’ is a stunning mix of Dubstep, Jazz and electronics. Like earlier work it still has the hunting chase feel by the on-going rhythms and careful panning of short and well chosen sound snippets…..

Audio CD
High quality digipac
16 tracks
76 minutes.



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Tom S. USA

Tom S. USA: ” Thank you so much for such an amazing release! I can’t believe how quickly it arrived. I’ve listened to it several times at home and once while driving in a snowstorm, and it’s just stellar. It will be getting many, many more plays. Thank you both for the lovely note and once again, the artwork and design are things of beauty and go perfectly with the sound of the album. I very much look forward to future projects, but this will keep me inspired for a long time to come. Be well!”