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Matthew Dear - Dog Days album

Matthew Dear - Dog Days album Performer: Matthew Dear
Title: Dog Days
Style: Techno, Minimal
Date of release: 2003
Country: US
Size MP3: 1718 mb
Size FLAC: 1881 mb
Rating: 4.5

15 years ago 15 years ago. Electronic. Follow Matthew Dear and others on SoundCloud. Released by: Spectral Sound.

Album Leave Luck To Heaven. Tell them how the story to your body so it makes sense If the reason for the story is to give away your last chance All that long found give away This last song If the story isn't told to the people On the right wrong. You can't force it The best thing to come of it Is just talking.

Matthew Dear (born 1979, Kingsville, Texas, United States) is an American music producer, DJ and electronic avant-pop artist.

In 2007, Dear released his sophomore full-length, Asa Breed. Matthew and his band, Matthew Dear's Big Hands, then began a US promotional tour and a European tour as the opening act for Hot Chip. Dear's fourth album, Black City, was released on August 17, 2010. It conceptualizes a futuristic metropolis that never sleeps. Dear describes 'Black City': "Well, there's a kind of timelessness to it in the sense that I don't want things to run on a 24-hour clock.

Matthew Dear - Dog Days. Label /. Spectral Sound. Depending on whom you ask, Matthew Dear is a DJ, a dance-music producer, an experimental pop artist, a bandleader. View the full artist profile. Matthew Dear says new album is on the way, releases 'Modafinil Blues' single. The US artist revealed that his next LP has been five years in the making.

Matthew Dear’s 2003 full-length Ghostly debut, Leave Luck to Heaven, is a suite of sparse, wickedly funky house laced with Dear’s deep, distinctive vocals, and includes the much-loved single Dog Days (voted one of Pitchfork’s Top 100 Songs of the Decade). His latest album, Beams, was a critical and commercial success. It is both a drastic departure from and worthy successor to Black City’s gothic masterwork. A suite of weird, wild, and queasily optimistic rhythm-driven pop songs, Beams is the latest chapter in the continuing evolution of one of music’s most fascinating minds. Now is Matthew Dear’s moment, and it sounds like nothing else.

Matthew Dear Dog Days. Author: Alexis Georgopoulos. Publish date: Oct 23, 2003. Updated on. May 2, 2018. This first single from Matthew Dear's forthcoming Spectral album Leave Luck to Heaven is smart, minimal and as poppy as an Afghan opium field. Pantytec" resculpts it as a bulbous balloon of low-end kick. It must be said, then: dog days are here again. Terms: Matthew Dear Spectral Sound. By. Alexis Georgopoulos.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A Dog Days (Extended)
B1 Dog Days (Pantytec Interpretation)
Remix, Producer [Additional] – Pantytec
B2 Dog Days (Acapella)


  • Producer, Written-By – Matthew Dear

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 8 04297 99101 6

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
SPC-10 Matthew Dear Dog Days ‎(12", Ltd, RP) Spectral Sound SPC-10 US 2008
SPC-10 Matthew Dear Dog Days ‎(12", Promo) Spectral Sound SPC-10 US 2003

User reviews
Great track! Like it or not, it's the blueprint of thousands of minimal techno tracks trying to go pop with smart melodies sung by smart young men. Know this and you know them all. The Remixes are quite ok if you want to listen to other interpretations. None of them reaches the original.