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Peeeedro has recently released a new EP: "Dog Days”

June 2023 - Peeeedro has recently released a new studio EP titled "Dog Days." This new work will be available on streaming platforms from June 26th, and it serves as a fantastic example of what the artist is all about. Musically, Peeeedro showcases his passion for 80s-inspired sounds. His synth-heavy production style is dreamy and immersive, tipping the hat to synth-wave and disco influences. This is quite a left turn for Peeeedro, who decided to take the opportunity to expand his sonic horizons with this release and go outside of his usual stylistic patterns.

In addition to the excellent music, Peeeedro also combined a compelling visual companion to the sounds. He has published a Youtube playlist with the songs, which are accompanied by some unique animated dog characters, staying true to the title of the EP. The visuals with the dogs add a fun and unique component to this release, which gives the whole EP an uplifting style. The songs are incredibly diverse, as the EP covers a lot of ground. The track "Ignite///Fera" offers big rock guitars and syncopated drums, sometimes reminiscent of masters like Joe Satriani.

On the other hand, the song "Rampage///Furiousa" has a more experimental electronic twist, enabling Peeeedro to explore lush synth pad textures and big bass lines. These are only two examples. The has so much to offer, and each song allows Peeeedro to explore exciting new ideas with his music and creativity.

One of this release's most interesting and striking features is its remarkable consistency. Not many artists can easily pull off a project that features various elements and influences. The most obvious risk is that the material can sound quite disconnected and loose - but this is not the case.

Overall, this EP is very rewarding, as the songs on "Dog Days" are powerful reminders that great things happen when artists take a leap and do something different than what they're accustomed to. This release is a testament to music's endless, freeing, creative power.


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