Oliver Bondzio and Ramon Zenker aka Hardfloor dedicate themselves under their alias Dadamnphreaknoizphunk to the more relaxed sides of our existence.

They rock your soul with their smart and unique mix of hiphop beats and electroid sounds: deep`n`dope stuff with a befitting portion of 303.

As Hardfloor, Oliver Bondzio and Ramon Zenker are firmly cemented in the history of music. They are the longest-serving, most famous and renowned German techno act with a legendary reputation as deadly kicking live players. Their trademark: an also not to remotely well known bass synthesizer from the Far East. The kids in Japan bring their 303 to Hardfloor concerts to have them autogrammed by their button spinning heroes.

Mid nineties the world became too small for Hardfloor. Not a bad time to create a new world. Ladies and Gentlemen, Hardfloor presents Dadamnphreaknoizphunk! The first EP in 1995 was titled Harthouse, after which in 1997 a second EP appeared. In 1999 the first album followed on !K7. DJ Oliver Bondzio, who socialized with hiphop and electro, had milked a collection and roasted all samples that burned on his tables.

The story continues with Combination Records. Higher, faster, further according to Dadamnphreaknoizphunk: deeper, phatter, well-hung. Heavy, deep hiphop riddims meet electroid sounds. Dubby dope beats are given a partly technoid arrangement. A whole club night with nothing but highlights on one single sofa evening. Dadamnphreaknoizphunk rock your couch muscles, train your head bobbing.

(stupid K7 flash only website)


Edited by litch on 18 Apr 2007, 18:54

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