Dash Hammerstein – Time Travel / Hot Pretzel | Versatile Artist
Dash Hammerstein is a multitalented super human person. Dash is a pure artist and the talent runs in the blood. Based in New York city and bundle of skills. Dash is a composer, film scorer, sound designer, sound engineer, singer/songwriter and multi-instrumentalist. He has worked on several of independent films and documentaries and has worked for some big brands like Nike, Vouge, The New York Times, Victoria’s Secret and many others.
Dash has established a musical career as well, having released several singles and four major albums. His music has a lot of diversity, while one song is a classic 70s or 80s rock and roll, the other is a slow and mellow jazz. His music is so modern yet so classic, his unique approach to each and every one of his songs, shows how great of a composer and musician he is.
Dash’s latest Ep “Time Travel / Hot Pretzel” is a true showcase of his genius. “Time Travel / Hot Pretzel” features 5 songs and has a run time of about 16 minutes. The Ep has a very interesting name and surely there’s a hidden meaning to it. Now talking about some songs in detail.
“Let It Grown” is a classic rock and roll song. it starts with a funky guitar riff and some clap sound effect. Soon a deep and layered vocals of Dash kicks in with a very loud bassline. Few more instruments add up in layers, making everything sound so rich and colorful. It clearly has a major “The Beatles” vibe. “Let It Grown” is so funky and groovy, it can make anyone move their feet and dance.
Another masterpiece on the Ep is called “Library Fair”. The song is far more than a masterpiece, it is a reward, a reward for the lovers of music and their search of finding a perfect song that stays with them all their life. “Library Fair” is that song, it shares an emotion with its subtle breeze of jazz. It starts with a soundscape of what seems to be a fair, which is followed by a smooth classic guitar and pad. Soon the soft and melodic vocals of Dash begin with a deep lower octave harmony. A sweet melody on piano follows and lifts the song. There are some very complicated chords involved in the song. After the chorus, the song lifts up with all the instruments making it deeper and more joyous. This is a song that reminds you of the rainy season and the wonderful cold breeze. “Library Fair” is song you cannot miss to listen to.
Dash Hammerstein is a genius, his mastery in composing and designing the sound gives his song such high quality. The whole Ep is just phenomenal and highly recommended to listen to it once.
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