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the sonic boom foundation
the sonic boom foundation
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Take four devilishly handsome jack the lads. Blend together an eclectic mix of vintage Techno, Rave and Dance elements. Add a dash of Rock and a large spoon
4 musicheads start a new unusal project and in only a few weeks create a fat blend of different musical influences which mesh together to form their own unique style. Hammering bass lines, solid beats, classic dance keybords and urban vocals unite to produce a powerfull new sound which will appeal to fans of many musical tastes.
Band/artist history
In April 2006 four musicians met in the studio for the very first time. In only 5 months of intensive work, they've produced their first album called "Create Yourself!". One year later The Sonic Boom Foundation played highly acclaimed festivals all over Europe. They took the stage by storm at Highfield 2007 (GER), Frequency 2007 (AT), Nature One 2007 (GER), Rave on Snow 2007 (AT), JuicyBeats 2007 (GER), Turntabledays 2007 (GER), SonneMondSterne 2007+2008 (GER), Gampel 2008 (CH), Springbreak 2008 (GER)... The Sonic Boom Foundation played with Deichkind, Faithless, Carl Cox, Kosheen, Goose, Shitdisko, Client, IAMX, We are Scientists, The Enemy etc. The album "Create Yourself!"(2006) was followed by "Pie & Mash"(2007) and "Crash & Ride"(2008). Despite the doom of the major music industry, the band signed to Indie-Label VelocitySounds Rec. in summer 2008 and released their first 'official' album "The Sonic Boom Foundation" in October 2008.
Have you performed in front of an audience?
Your musical influences
egoexpress, ascii-disko, t.raumschmiere, primal scream, ian brown, happy mondays, spiritualized, the stranglers, chemical brothers, stereo mcs, kasabian, 808 state, the infadels, gorillaz, goldy looking chain, morcheeba, basement jaxx, groove armada, black grape, mylo, unkle, the klf, electronic, the verve, sly & the family stone, goldfrapp, the beatles, the fall, the jam, joy division, paul oakenfold, carl cox, pink floyd, the cat from red dwarf!
What equipment do you use?
cubase sx