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DILLON By Thomas H Green

THIS SILENCE KILLS
04 January 2012
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With the exception of label boss Ellen Allien, artists on Bpitch Control tend to be pale DJ/producers with stubble, mad hair and the occasional pair of trendy specs. Not this time. Dillon is stunning 23-year-old Berliner Dominique Dillon de Byington whose music is more than a match for any studio geek. Dillon’s rustling electronics plink, twitch and occasionally spin out, set apart by a cutesy vocal style and eccentric lyrics that sound a bit like a baby-voiced Kate Bush. From the Bavarian oompah outrageousness of ‘Tip Tapping’ to the dissonance of ‘The Undying Need To Scream’, she also maintains a musical adventurousness that hints at an alt-pop career to come. Thomas H Green

File under Oddball girl-tronica
Download ‘Texture Of My Blood’, ‘Tip Tapping’, ‘Your Flesh Against Mine’
Like this? Try GazelleTwin ‘The Entire City’ (Anti-Ghost Moon Ray)

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