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Dynasty Electric / Press

"Dynasty Electric know how to add variety to their sound without compromising their foundation and integrity as musicians."

“This one’s been on constant repeat since appearing on our radar.”

NME

"Brooklyn group Dynasty Electric rips its fuzz over a stuttering rumble that bypasses Easy Rider for hip-hop. It's a novel combination… sure to please fans of electro, the art-meets-street punk of Le Tigre, and hip-hop."

““Think Massive Attack Meets Blondie””

“These two are really going to explode in the near future.”

“Dynasty Electric is the best musical trip you’re ever going to take.”

“My advice is to look out for these guys and catch them now whilst they are small enough that you can still see the whites of their eyes!”

Kobestarr

“Dynasty Electric’s album Golden Arrows is one great surprise of a record.”

“Every once in a while, an album comes along that brims with attitude, energy, and angst. These are the albums that really make statements. A perfect example of such an album can be found with Dynasty Electric’s Golden Arrows.”

“Dynasty Electric is a group that really can't be compared to any other. Their psychedelic pop/rock sound stands out from most bands with their futuristic beats and seductive vocals. If ’60s era psychedelic rock merged with futuristic experimental pop this is exactly how it would sound.”

“There were a thousand bands that played, 90% of which were amazing. But there was only one that stuck out to me. They are called Dynasty Electric and are from NYC.”

“The band’s second release contains six bass-heavy, beat-catchy tracks that will quickly slip their way into your head, the college radio scene, the hands of DJs and probably a movie soundtrack or two before the summer is over.”

“Dynasty Electric is a duo of indie rockers from Brooklyn, NY, with a unique and contagious electro-rock sound.”

“Fans of electronica-styled pop/rock can have a blast with the new EP from New York's Dynasty Electric entitled Burning. The songs are short, energetic rushes of bubbling synths, crunchy guitars, pounding drums and even the occasional theremin!”

“Jenny Electrik had more to offer than her seriously sick dance moves and Blondie-like voice, this girl has style... I highly recommend checking these guys out soon, for good music and killer fashion.”

“Brooklyn indie rockers/electro-psychedelic poppers/all around awesome people Dynasty Electric [Myspace] have just released “One Small Push”... The song features their longtime friend Brian Chase (of the Yeah Yeah Yeahs) on drums. Definitely worth checking out.”

“The Brooklyn-based Dynasty Electric has been raising eyebrows with their powerful live shows. In the EP “Burning,” the band refines its dance music in the studio without loosing the current.”

“Dynasty Electric’s insistence on staying true to themselves and sculpting their own voice from a plethora of influences has paid off in spades; this is the sexiest group of studio spirits that you will find in New York City. Not to be missed.”

“Dynasty Electric seem poised to be NYC's next art rock darlings, and it's easy to see why... this boy-girl band shows off some serious musical chops (and all the attitude that comes with them) in creating their feisty blend of dance, punk, electronica and so forth.”

Phillip Stone - Splendid

“The surrealist electro pop brain probes of Dynasty Electric - was a sexed-up amusement park ride brimming with pure pop pleasure, twisted and hot. Think Suicide meets The Carpenters. Tremendous.”

“Dynasty Electric is an exercise in mastery of pop music. It should come as no surprise that members Jennifer DeVeau and Seth Misterka come with impressively diverse credentials.”

Chris Glazier - New York Press

“The duo Dynasty is another of polymorph experimentalist Seth Misterka's many projects, but this group puts difficult sounds through the wringer and comes out with something quite palatable, if mysterious and hypnotic.”

Mike Wolf - Time Out New York

“Jenny Electrik's powerful vocal performance is reminiscent of P.J. Harvey's, with her combination of strength and sensuality. With this solid debut, Dynasty establishes themselves as fine purveyors of arty indie rock.”

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