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Dozens


Posted on 26th January, by abilancini in Music Bios. No Comments


Venue: Loren Naji Gallery 2
Performance Time: 6:30


Hometown: Chicago, IL


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Dozens are Chicago natives Kyle Mann, Vincent Theodore and John Norman. Incorporating synthpop, post-rock and EDM elements into an ambient aesthetic, Dozens marries infectious melody with a dreamy melancholy. As a trio of of multi-instrumentalists, producers and DJs, Dozens delivers a deliberate production on tracks that run the gamut from radio ready synth-tinged singalongs to spacious soundscapes.

Featuring a wide spectrum of dynamics and a tonal palette that draws from disparate musical worlds, Dozens’ varied catalogue receives a sculptor’s treatment on record. Rife with lush wall of sound atmospheres and extended instrumental passages showcasing intricate synth, string and brass arrangements, Dozens self-released collection has drawn critical comparison to a range of artists such as MGMT, Kings of Convenience and Hall & Oates.





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