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3kStatic is an electronica music group founded in 1999 and consists of Dean Capone, Jeremy Dickens, Justin Katz.[1]


In 2004 they release the album Perversion: for Profit; uses audio sampled from the 1965 propaganda film Perversion for Profit. The group's work was featured on the soundtrack of the new season of MTV's Real World. The band's subsequent release The Great Republic was released in 2005, and distributed by Cargo Records (Germany)[2]

The band's 2006 album release Where's Our Piece of the Groovy World, and 2007 effort Voodoo Science were entry candidates (Best Electronic/Dance Album) for the 50th and 51st GRAMMY Awards, respectively. Both albums included collaborations with artists outside the electronic music genre. In February 2009, Sony Creative Software released the 3kStatic album Evolver and the companion sound library Evolver; Distinctive Electronica, the first Sony release of an original album and sound library.[3]

On August 28, 2009, the 3kStatic track 'Projected Tones' entered the National Dance Chart(Canada) at #12 (#16 overall).[4] The single 'Ma-Ma-Ma Belle', a reworking of the Electric Light Orchestra song recorded with Orchestra/ELO.Part II alum Parthenon Huxley.

The Kevin Max album 'Cotes d' Armor (True Rebels)' was released August 24, 2010. Produced by 3kStatic in association with Kevin Max, the album also features guest performances and contributions from Graham Crabb, Adrian Belew, Tedd T., Lynn Nichols and others.

A new EP 'Apokrifa Digital was officially released November 16, 2010.[5] 'Black Body Radiator', a single from the release, while the band's remix of the KMFDM track 'Godlike 2010' is released September 14.[6]

The album The Society of the Spectacle was released in 2012, with Theme From Cultural Unwind, released as a free download. The music of 3kStatic also appears in the 2010 theatrical release of the film Crackhead Jesus.

The 3kStatic 'Suburban Secrets Remix' of the single 'Little Mighty Rabbit' by band Lords Of Acid was released September 27, 2011 by Metropolis Records.

The collective's latest album ""The New Truth"" was released April 2015. An expanded version of The New Truth, including previously unreleased archival tracks, was released June 2015.


  1. ^ "3kStatic". Discogs. Retrieved 2015-10-15. 
  2. ^ "Cargo Records". Retrieved 2008-09-17. 
  3. ^ "Sony". Archived from the original on 22 February 2009. Retrieved 2009-02-23. 
  4. ^ "Zipdj". Retrieved 2009-08-29. 
  5. ^ "dPulse Europe". Archived from the original on 12 September 2010. Retrieved 2010-09-09. 
  6. ^ "KMFDM". Retrieved 2010-08-22. 

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