Dovetail Ascends Mount Karma In Search Of Rock Gods

Today’s Therapy: Dovetail’s Mount Karma

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Winners of the John Lennon Song Contest in 2012 with the opener song “Julie”, Dovetail rereleases Mount Karma with OK! Good Records during the last week of October. Taking a look at this contest here, I see that they award a whole 72 songs! Where the first place winner receives 20k, 24 runner-ups awarded with 1k and 72 finalists receiving 100$. It also states that the submission does not need to be produced since they are looking for originality and melody. Keeping in mind your judges are Sean Paul, Fergie, and a couple other artists that I really don’t care for, except Bob Weir. Go Grateful Dead!

Getting back with Julie, I appreciate the dissonance at 2:30 and I find myself hanging off of every piano key struck. Have a listen below.

Following this up with “Hurricane”, which is my personal song of choice off this album, Daniel Creamer’s sustain and interesting vocal tone combined with the fastball-style piano lines at 1:10 accurately displays his talent. His brother Philip Creamer and friend Scott Lee throw in phenomenal guitar melodies and bass lines shortly thereafter.

Nothing like a chill breakdown, speaking of which I am going to take the rest of the night off and listen to this album a couple more times. But before you head out today, check out another artist from OK! Good Records by Donots, “Stop The Clocks”.

Have a great night everyone!
– Karly D

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