Music Industry News Network [01-25-2018]
#musicmoney Link Up With Progressive Rockers @DYK_MUSIC To Hear Their New EP
They say an artist is their story. In the case of Caracas, Venezuela's hard rock outfit, DYK, this story has become a life-long journey. Transcending borders from South to North America, these rockers have been in the game for longer than some of their fans have been alive, and their groove-heavy new single, "The Procrastinator" flaunts their veteran status with pristine musicianship and melodic mastery.
Their new single, "The Procrastinator" fuzes the sounds of progressive-rock, metal, and electronic music to create a never-before-heard type of new-rock with a brand of originality and passion the world has been waiting for. Driven by the bass and drums in classic DYK fashion, Fanega opens the song with a silky smooth bassline. Zerpa smacks listeners with the tightest of beats, using the kick drum to accent the bass line with utter perfection. Their innate skill in the melody department is evident in this track with a sultry, enticing vocal track and an addicting synth line throughout the entirety of the work.
The official music video serves as the perfect visual aid to this tantalizing tune. Showcasing a day in the life of a true procrastinator, the main character's vices get the best of him as he struggles to make it out of bed in the morning. The song's lyrical content is undeniably relateable with lines like, "I'm always looking for excuses for tomorrow, feel free to wait and pray, I think it's not too late." We all know "The Procrastinator" in our lives, whether it is a friend or even ourselves. The fact that Zerpa produced both the music and the video himself proves the band is quite the opposite of the archetype they describe, and lucky for fans, the DYK train is barreling-on full speed ahead.
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