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DHS is the name of more than one artist

1) alias of Benjamin Stokes
2) a video game music remixer
3) a hardcore Touhou arrange doujin circle from Kyoto, Japan.

1) DHS a.k.a. Dimensional Holofonic Sound, is a musical project of Benjamin Stokes (also of Meat Beat Manifesto), fitting into the electronica genres ‘breaks’/’big beats’.
Earliest work includes the classic ‘House Of God’(1989) and the seemingly rather unknown but excellent ‘The Difference Between Noise & Music’(1991) and ‘LSD 3D Acid Remixes’(1993) albums.

The third (and most recent) DHS album ‘Attention Earth People’(2002) features numerous samples from early Sci-Fi films and television shows.

http://www.holofonic.com/

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  • Larvi

    Call a friend.

    22 Jan 2012 Reply
  • dingotino

    boring...

    18 Jan 2011 Reply
  • Quarex

    Is the commercial DHS the same as the Amiga demoscene remixer DHS? Or is this a case of two artists with one description? In any case, I just wanted to mention that DHS' "Orbital 3241 Elevator Remix" of the C64 Max Headroom theme is just phenomenal. I probably first heard it almost a decade ago, and yet I still love it and play it regularly.

    14 Dec 2010 Reply
  • stuntcat

    I heard this yesterday fir the first time in like TWNETY years, I swear. And now it's stuck in my head >;p Itn't that powerful!?

    22 May 2009 Reply
  • toumbee

    old school in the mix yeahh

    30 Nov 2008 Reply
  • thepuzl

    saw an original press of this at a vinyl fare. mint condition. i asked the guy how much he wanted and he replied "$50 or more". worth every penny.

    29 Sep 2008 Reply
  • chiaroscuro2

    Isn't that powerful??

    16 Sep 2008 Reply
  • reffe

    I AM EXCITED!

    12 Jun 2008 Reply
  • Skyline-kun

    fiftee dollaz or moar

    4 Oct 2007 Reply
  • The_Googly

    CLASSIC

    12 Feb 2007 Reply

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