This Silence kills
Dillon first album

 

 

 

 
 

Thirteen Thirtyfive vs. Pocketful of Money

 

 
 

Voice and fabric

Dominique Dillon De Byington was born a Brasilian and now lives in Cologne, Germany, the album then is in keeping with the Bpitch Control catalogue from Berlin. The later, I dislike most for her branding. More on her in this BBC review by Mike Diver.

Any such unusual and well tempered voice gets noticed immediately in todays media channels and pulls even those in their ban who by all means trust not to be paedophiles.

Signing up with Berlin’s Bpitch Control won’t allow Dillon to find acceptance in the broader audience and labeling herself as ‘avant garde’ or ‘progressive’ make me want to ignore what would otherwise be a feast to listen to.

Choosing a small fragment in our fragmented market place may have an inverted affect and do just that, constrain Dillon to a micro market.

A measure from times long gone, when we believed the massed to be dumb, and had no conscience that it would also consist of strong individuals.

As with David Kitt, Dillon’s music is accoustic music or hipster music with a difference, it makes use of electronic influences.

Tv- and movie productions or tv ads will profit from the ambience.

Get your copy here.

 

 

Share on StumbleUpon1Tweet about this on TwitterGoogle+0Digg thisShare on LinkedIn1Pin on Pinterest0Email to someoneShare on Facebook0