Dreamcolour
“The Stud Pt. 2”

Living together can be monitored by the flow of traffic. Check and see what clashes on your high-/roadways, and focus on the fluidity of it. Master the conception of its direct steadiness, then being to weave your way through it. Just as creating an unseen color in your mind, striving for FIRST or getting ahead takes thinking around what we encounter. Instead of trying to hone the gold-glowing skull in the back seat of the car behind you, set free your mind and become part of your own venture. Keeping free-thinking musicians on hand, such as Dreamcolour, sure comes in handy while taking your life by the brains.

Two years gave Rob Magill and Alex Gray a plethora of ways to explore new elements of music-making. They figured out the flow of traffic, and are now just going to fuck with you, tonally deconstructed along the way. “The Stud Pt. 2” being a prime example of, “What do you think this thought is about?” Maybe. Or just musically, where are they? Pinpoint it.

In the meantime, stream History of Dreaming in Colour via Deep Tapes. No physical release date as of yet, so you should put ‘em on your label and make that happen. You got the internet right? Now set up a Blogspot and a cart-account, and go forth!

• Dreamcolour: http://www.myspace.com/dreamcolour
• Deep Tapes: http://deeptapes.com

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CHOCOLATE GRINDER is our audio/visual section, with an emphasis on the lesser heard and lesser known. We aim to dig deep, but we’ll post any song or video we find interesting, big or small.

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