This morning, discover Douglas Dare. Douglas Dare grew up in the small coastal town of Bridport in South West England. Encouraged by his mother, a piano teacher, he began composing music at a very young age. He inspired us a dark and rough tape with with a few bright spots. Hope you will like it.
Rivers and storms
Rivers are constant liquid flows which inexorably and continiously move from a point A to a point B. Their regularity is both reensuring and relaxing. At the contrary, storms are ponctual and extreme events, which do not last overtime. They are sudden and unpredictable. In less than an hour, today’s MailTape will litteraly make you experience both of these phenomenon through a unique music journey. Enjoy!
Douglas Dare’s morning inspiration
iamamiwhoami - Thin
Douglas Dare: “I’m a big fan of her voice and it’s always the vocals that draw me to an artist. It’s got a beautiful/ugly quality. This track also has two of my favourite things, a fade in and a tempo change. Been on repeat!“
Andy Stott - Violence
Douglas Dare: “Love the dynamic of this track and how unexpected it is. And it’s so dark! It’s been the perfect soundtrack to driving through US cities at night.“
Buke and Gase - Seam Esteem
Douglas Dare: “I can’t help but slowly head bang to this track; it puts me in a trance. It’s one of their more understated tracks, which I like because it’s subtly groves and makes you want more.“
That’s all folks! A big thank to our guest Douglas Dare for his morning selection. Enjoy your sunday.