Let us take the time to marvel at Toronto alternative-pop artist DYLYN's latest liberating body of work 'Sauvignon and a Kimono.' This rising star represents music inception, creation, manifestation and its' immortality. Each record from top to bottom swoons your musical soul with her poetic, audacious lyricism and knack for song structure amid punk, rock vibes. More than just a pretty face, DYLYN embodies a true flair for the art of sonic, melodic melding. She's gutsy, honest and relatable in her music, there's a track for your every mood filled with head-bobbing depth and climatic production; check it out below.
DYLYN reflects, "Writing these records was a therapy session dedicated to the last three years of my life. I wanted to incorporate 80s synth, punk garage style drums to match my deep vocals - mixing the old with the new. It helped pin point exactly how I was feeling. Through the breakups, family breakups, the ups and downs - I was able to release songs chronologically synced to the stages of my emotions. The newest track "Wolf" is a direct reflection of how I felt about men post breakup. You become reckless, rebellious and ultimately don't give a shit about other peoples feelings."
DYLYN sings "American Nightmare:"
Jack, Coke, wanna go smoke
All that I know, I'd rather be broke than boring, pretty in black, pretty damn sure I'm on the right track
All I got, that's all I need, if being me is not the American Dream
Then I want the American nightmare
'Sauvignon and a Kimono' available on all digital platforms.