When meaningfulness meets a garage rock outfit, we find ourselves with Liberation. The New-York based and independently released Dmitry Wild offers a slice of October's new album with this killer track featuring the magnificent Tryst. The awaited Electric Souls LP personifies the talents of the artist with a bringing together of sound, influence, and relevance. Taking the best bits of epic rock, garage, and punk, Dmitry Wild brings the bombastic and writes the drama with this rock musical style production. Accompanied by a brilliant video, footage of protest and hope from around the globe, including Ukraine and the USA, showcases this extraordinary composition for the digital generation.
Wailing distortion and a crack of snare breaks the silence with a powerful statement. Effected vocal crawls up from the shadow to greet the punch of the band. A sense of Babylon Zoo washes over the raw and dramatic progression. The music rises until a breakdown into acoustic gives rise to a new angle similar to The Pogues that offers a dualistic double edge to the blade of sound. As the chords frill and shimmer into the oncoming sunlight, a new brand of energy leaps forward to carry the story further into the drama. Cool blues lead guitar suddenly bursts through the scenery to the sounds of freedom and uplift. It wails and sings to the thrashing beats laid down by the energetic drum section. Bass and chord continue to pelt the walls with steady colours as the lift-off sequence rises into a zero-gravity section. Bubbling drums and repeating lines drift in the spaciousness of elevation until the thrust regains the G-force that hurtles the music into a new future.
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