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  • Writer's pictureAmi Row

New Release: Take a Psychedelic Journey with Dunx on New Track 'I Land At Sea'

Following the release of his single 'One of Us' earlier this year, Dunx has returned with a new desert-rock inflected track 'I Land At Sea'. The Irish-born/Australian-raised artist takes the listener on a journey through his travels across the world, incorporating elements of genres he's encountered from surf rock, blues, hip-hop and country. Dunx's distincitve and mysterious vocals shine through on the new release which also features stand-out energising riffs.

Listen to 'I Land At Sea' here:

The track features Dylan Lynch (Soda Blonde, Little Green Cars) on drums and percussion, was mixed by Brandon Bost, mastered by Idania Valencia at Sterling Sound, NYC and produced by Dunx and David Anthony Curley at The Clinic Recording Studios

With a DIY attitude, Dunx writes, records and produces all of his own music while also immersing himself in the creative community in Dublin, collaborating with friends like Sorcha Richardson and Blood Donor. Recent releases include his debut single ‘Don’t Gotta Be So Bad’, and most recently media favourite ‘One Of Us’, plus a cover of Pixie's ‘Caribou’, featuring Dylan Lynch on drums and Saint Sister’s Gemma Doherty on harp. His previous life as a producer and engineer has taken him to great heights working in Abbey Road, Electric Lady, Shangri La, Third Man Records to name a few, and working with inspiring musicians that have gone before him such as U2, Sorcha Richardson, Inhaler and more. He’s also worked on large scale tours, festivals and TV performances for SNL, Jimmy Fallon, Live at The BBC and The Grammys - so it’s about time for him to step into the limelight in his own right.

Inspired by the likes of Pixies, Amy Winehouse and Nick Cave - he is making his mark with a highly refined and distinguished sound. Guitar centric, filled to the brim with contemplative lyrics and a distinctive vocal sound makes Dunx an artist to certainly sit up and take note of.

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