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Having previously worked with the likes of Paul McCartney, Jimmy Page, and Joe Strummer, alt-folk stalwart Tymon Dogg has returned with his latest solo album. The album is very much a mixed back with everything from punk, folk, and psychedelic being covered across the twelve tracks. Ironically it is the volatility of the music that actually makes it all fit together. There is something about the offbeat and disjointed nature of the music that gives it a certain charm and character. Mr Dogg’s scratchy vocals also give the music a certain unique edge that makes the feeling felt even stronger.
‘Conscience money’ is a minimalist yet confronting tune, led with the sharp tongued and hard lyrics the song provides a powerful and through provoking narrative.
This is a mammoth effort that is full of emotion from start to feeling. There is a very personal vibe in the album with many great heartfelt moments. On top of this, the wide coverage of musical styles gives the album and intriguing edge ensuring there are no dull moments.
Check out Tymon Dogg’s website to find out more!