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Dylan Dunlap - Thoughts Become Things (2016)

18-02-2016, 14:34
Folk | Rock | Indie | FLAC / APE

Title: Thoughts Become Things
Year Of Release: 2016
Label: Dylan Dunlap
Genre: Folk Rock, Indie, Alternative
Quality: 320/Flac
Total Time: 42:45
Total Size: 106/289 Mb


1. The Looking Glass
2. Meant for You
3. Ella
4. Lost and Found
5. From the Ground
6. The Thief and the Leaf
7. Carry On
8. Sister
9. The Man That I Am
10. To Be Your Son
11. World of Hope

This is a self-produced concept album that perfectly conveys the message of the album title, "Thoughts Become Things". Its influences range from indie/folk to alternative rock. Dylan doesn't have any boundaries when it comes to his musicality.

Based out of Studio City, California, Dylan Dunlap has begun taking over the streets of Los Angeles with his more than ordinary covers and original songs. The twenty year-old indie/folk artist has started his career by receiving an education at Berklee College of Music, releasing two EP’s, and currently, is creating original music to share with the world. Within each production Dylan creates, he conveys a personal experience with hopes that his listeners relate to his music.

Dylan is most known for his street performances, and is currently building a fan base, or as he would like to call it, a new family, by performing in downtown Burbank, as well as Third Street Promenade in Santa Monica every weekend. Not only does Dylan gain a new supporter with every performance, but was also discovered to be a contestant on season 8 of NBC’s The Voice, in which he performed on live television. Dylan is an example that anyone can do it. Through his incredible determination, Dylan is taking music to a whole new level.

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