There are at least 2 bands with the name Dual Core
1) A nerdcore band with members from England and US
2) A Psy Trance project from Israel
1) int eighty and c64 are… Dual Core.
Actually they are just two guys. int eighty is a programmer in Cincinnati, Ohio; and c64 is a graphic designer in Greater Manchester, England. They originally met several years ago on an underground hip hop website. "His beats made me want to rap, and he quickly became one of my favorite producers," recalls eighty in regards to c64's production.
In the spring of 2007, Dual Core released their first album entitled Zero One. Zero One featured the single Hostage Down, a fun song about the game Counter-Strike. The up-tempo instruments and rhythm, combined with the amusing punchlines and catchy chorus, made the song an immediate hit. It is currently being distributed to college and online radio stations for further play.
Released in 2009, Dual Core's album Next Level added to the duo's greatest hits with top tracks such as I Remember, and Forever. Afterwards, in 2012, their most recent album was released titled All the Things which has gained a lot of popularity over the past few months.
Their website: http://dualcoremusic.com/nerdcore/
Video From Dual Core: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iRKNvNxwsqA
Dual Core is comprised of two nuclear fission reactors who go by the name of Adi Milner and Eran Ben Gaon. Both artists have had successful solo careers, recording and performing around the world as Backspace (that's Adi) and Point that's Eran.
As the saying goes'two heads are better than one' and so they decided to pool their talents and become 'as One'…a Dual Coretwice as potent!
What we can say with certainty is that these two fellows share the common aim to stimulate the senses, to enliven the mind, and to free up the body with music that is fiery, hot and explosive on the dance-floor.
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