The debut DMC12 CD is the brainchild of two very warped but talented minds: DJ Deluxo and John Kudlacek.
Named after the infamous, iconic and instantly recognizable DeLorean car, DMC12 pays homage to the legends and pioneers of synth-pop artists like New Order, Depeche Mode, Yaz, OMD, Gary Numan, Human League, Kraftwerk, Thomas Dolby, and others whose primary sound is based on synthesizers, keyboards, electronic drums, audio samples and catchy melodies. In other words, like a less Industrial, more sympathetic Ministry.
To be clear, DMC12 does NOT cover songs by those legendary bands. Let me repeat: DMC12 is NOT a cover band. They write their own material, creating electronic music inspired by the sounds of the '80s but using contemporary EDM production values and mixing techniques. Their goal? To blind you with science...er, music.
During the recent COVID-19 pandemic they reconnected via an AIM chatroom (it was really via Facebook, which still isn’t as cool as AIM, if we’re being honest). And through some late night (for East Coast-based DJ Deluxo) / early morning (for Okinawa-based Kudlacek) discussions, rekindled their passion for the electronic music of the late ‘70s and ‘80s.
After a year of socially distant recording, DMC12 is releasing its first self-titled CD.
Because nothing screams The '80s as much as a DeLorean, the CD was really created for DeLorean owners to have some new original '80s-inspired synth music to listen to on long drives. That way, they can turn both heads and ears!
You guys might not be ready for this yet...but your kids are gonna love it! Ah hell, you’ll love it, too!
The first 50 CD's will also get a DMC12 Patch. Don't wait order a CD while supplies last.