Thursday, February 6, 2014

Dreamgrl Steps Into A New Era of Pop With Heavy Sin

For me, pop music has been done a million times before and there’s nothing new under the sun. Then comes along new artists that shatter my perception, and this is another release that has done that to me. Put your preconceived notions aside and listen to this incredible record by Dreamgrl. The EP release is called “Heavy Sin” and it’s my favorite since Kavinsky put out “Outrun” last year. Friends and readers will remember how much I talked about “Outrun” last year, and this is definitely my favorite pop record so far this year.

This independent release goes through various stages of sound, blending together smooth transitions, electronic music and vocals that are very interesting, to say the least. At times you feel like you’re playing a video game, and at others you feel that you’re flowing through a trip of sorts. This dreamy collaborative art piece puts together so many layers that you will definitely find yourself wondering what’s going on. From the intro through “Dawn of the Internet” to “Heavy Sin” you get a feel for this interesting collaborative effort that is far too good to be missed.

This mix of songs from Dreamgrl is definitely a great and influential piece of pop music. It’s fascinating, it’s dreamy, it’s pop, and it features a lot of nuances that are relevant to those that are into synth and electronic music as a whole. As I said, not since Kavinsky’s release have I found something so interesting in this genre. Dreamgrl delivers on this EP and you owe it to yourself to listen to it. You can learn more about this release and others from Dreamgrl by clicking here for their official bandcamp page, and check out the video below:

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