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ARTIST INTERVIEW: ALAN DWECK


Review

"American B" features playful synths that create a circus-like, elastic atmosphere, while thick strings complement them and drums contain them. Later, vocals emerge from behind the microphone with a pronounced accent. A protest against the illusion of the American Dream, in which all Americans have the same opportunities to achieve success and live in luxury, but some have more equal opportunities than others. Therefore, some are going to be American A's and others American B's, the B's being expendable, just like a B-movie. I love the experimental nature of the chaotic saxophones, which remind me of Supertramp and add so much to this theatrical piece. I'd also like to highlight the synthetic bridge that displays electronic components that have a hurried daily life and are loaded with illusions. Last but not least, I want to add that the organic, almost tribal percussion makes "American B" a more dangerous and epic song.









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