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Dreams – “IN2U”

Friends of Friends asked seven of their favorite forward-thinking producers to provide a glimpse into the future. They’ve called this 7-track compilation Show Me The Future, and it includes cuts by Octo Octa, Kid Smpl, Ryan Hemsworth, DJAO and Evenings. Dreams was also asked to contribute to the release, and “IN2U” glistens in a slow grind of layered vocals, punchy percussion, and perfectly embellished synths. Show Me The Future will […]

January 10th, 2013  |  Published in Music


VIDEO: Dreams – “Touching The Surface”

“Touching The Surface” is tied with “Wasted Time” for my favorite cut from Dreams‘ Lost Kingdom LP, with a silky low end curl and 808 house rhythms that hit like Afrika Bambaata‘s “Planet Rock”. The video for “Touching The Surface” is a VHS collage by Astro Nautico‘s visual artist, Paul Jones (Paolo Xz), with snippets from films that include Beyond The Mind’s Eye, Big Trouble In Little China, and The […]

October 17th, 2012  |  Published in Music, video  |  2 Comments


LP: Dreams – Lost Kingdom

Lost Kingdom is a serious piece of work. Jesse Pimenta’s growth as a producer post Feelings 4 U has been staggering, and hearing him depart from the sample based loops in favor of darker, mostly uptempo rhythms and his own electronic instrumentation marks a leap for the NYC transplant. You must check him out tonight with the rest of the Astro Nautico crew at Free Candy if you’re in the […]

October 5th, 2012  |  Published in Music  |  2 Comments


TOO FRESH: VIDEO: Dreams – “Over”

Fresh off of being the first artist featured on Rustie‘s critically acclaimed Essential Mix and an astounding Boiler Room set last month, Dreams has come back to us in full force for his debut on Astro Nautico. “Over” is the first of 8 videos that will be accompanying each track on the album, and explores a dark narrative with haunting sci-fi visuals by PXL from his own 6 Bit Collective. […]

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September 28th, 2012  |  Published in Music, TOO FRESH, video  |  3 Comments