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by Sykophunk Productions

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This is your apocalypse… an Armageddon of the people, by the people, for the people.

Such is the concept behind the new album, Democalypse, from hybrid indie artist joe DOE. Through 15 genre-bending bouts of audio insanity, DOE brings to the listener a near-future world in which a rEvolution Underground exists to defy the end of the world, which was brought on by mankind’s own greed and selfishness. But no need to fear the heavy subject matter - DOE’s unique blend of lyrical hip hop, cyber-punk, and industrial dance keep the groove steady, while textures of gothic ambience and hints of melodic trip-pop keep his songs both moody and catchy. In the artist’s own words:

“This is my most musically challenging album ever. Sykophunk has always been influenced by different styles, but I dove deeper into all of them this time. And even though the concept of the album is a story of fiction, it’s a result of our present day reality. Our current screw ups are the cause of the Democalypse. The message is important, so I wanted the album to be accessible. But, in order to express the various directions that the Democalypse comes from, I had to tap into many different genres and moods. It’s all part of the big picture, just like life itself.”


released March 3, 2010

All songs envisioned & executed by JVB a.k.a. joe DOE, with guest appearances by Randy Stockton, Christel South, Thomas Scott Farrell, Cherie O, Virgil Deuce and Christian Bell. Produced by joe DOE and Jon Stern @ Rough Magic Studios. Cover artwork by Matt Dobler a.k.a. kernalphage.




Sykophunk Productions Fort Wayne, Indiana

Epic Artcore. Grimey Poetry. Multi-genre mood music. Apocalyptic party anthems. rEvolutionary rap. Experimental soundscapes.

Sykophunk Productions: home of the artists joe DOE, BL8 and Dostah Shilailee, plus the composer Joseph VanBuren.
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