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Dylan Tauber – ‘He Loves Carmen’

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An award-winning electronic musician, cyber artist, photographer, and author, Dylan Tauber has made music all across the globe, from the bustling hear of NYC, to Jerusalem, Miami, a remote island in the southwestern Pacific, and now a kibbutz in northern Israel where he is Artist-in-Residence. With a career that spans more than twenty-five years, Dylan has proven his talents more than most, but as his new album shows, he’s still got a lot left to say.

Titled ‘He Loves Carmen’, the new album is his fourteenth so far, and fittingly, it delivers fourteen original tracks that all shine with his ambient, electronic sound. Inspired by Dylan's girlfriend, Carmen, the album was released via Dylan’s own label, Son of Waves Studios, and offers a vibrant mix of sound that will entertain, consume, and entice you.

Opening with the warm and progressive sounds of ‘You Are Never Alone’, Dylan’s fourteenth release sets a perfect tone, gentle unfolding to create a wonderfully atmospheric edge. From there, ‘Love Is All That Exists’ and ‘I Love Carmen’ deliver more cinematic tones, drifting between delicate synths and vocal interludes that help blend heart and sentiment with more textured, electronic sounds. On tracks like ‘Soulmate’, ‘I Love You’, and ‘Let It Go’ build on a wave of racing basslines and shimmering synths, pushing towards more fierce and vibrant sounds that beautiful blend fresh sounds with heart-warming rhythms.

Elsewhere, ‘I Am A Mirror’ and ‘Light Warrior’ continue to impress, while ‘I Miss You’ fades into place with a smooth, downtempo style before the album comes to a close with a flurry of trance sounds and mesmerising hooks.

Overall, it’s hard to fault Dylan’s latest album. It’s passionate, well-produced, and lovingly built, creating a complete and uncompromising sound that will impress you time and time again. It’s an impressive and transformative piece, and it’s well worth exploring.

Score: 8.5/10

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