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Live at the Workers Club is Dom Brinkley’s Album

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welcome to Edgar Allan Poets indie music corner. A space dedicated to the best new artists and bands we find around the web. Today’s featured Artist is Dom Brinkley and his Album Live at the Workers Club.

Live at the Workers Club is Dom Brinkley’s Album

The popular and psychedelic rock proposed by this artist intrigued me.

A compositional style that looks to the past but manages to be modern at the same time. In some moments his way of making music reminded me of Lou Reed and the Velvet Underground.

The passion that Dom Brinkley puts into composing and interpreting his songs is fantastic and the energy that his songs unleash is contagious.

His sound somehow manages to awaken your more rock spirit.

Live at the Workers Club album is a coherent work, all the songs are solid and follow a common thread that brings with it the real music. The one made by real instruments and sincere emotions and not by beats and computers.

A nice discovery that I recommend to everyone.

Live at the Workers Club is Dom Brinkley’s Album Out Now!


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Live at the Workers Club is Dom Brinkley’s Album

After playing and releasing music in different bands over a six year period on the Melbourne music scene, singer-songwriter/guitarist Dom Brinkley began his solo venture in early 2020, right as the pandemic was taking off. After some early blues singles, Dom tapped into his distinctive, Nick Drake-inspired folk songwriting for last year’s dreamy debut EP, ‘Moonlight Dream’. This collection of songs yielded the single ‘Crying’, a ballad which has been described as a ‘remarkably moving number’ (Divide & Conquer Music); a ‘mystical’ interplay between acoustic guitar and vocals which offers ‘a bit of hallucinogenic magic’ (Nkechi Anele & David Ruby Howe from triple J).




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