· · · · · · · · · – Tokyo | EP REVIEW for ARAMA! JAPAN

If you’ve been following my blog this year, you know that Idol unit · · · · · · · · · (better known as Dots) is one of my favorite emerging artists this year. With a mysterious concept backed up by Shoegaze numbers permeated by attractive melancholic vibes, this enigmatic project constantly kept me interested and, most of all, entertained. It’s clear that some of Japan’s finest Shoegazers are behind the Dots project, but the mysterious aura and the anonomisity that flows through each of their songs and videos work as a great catalyst for their music, complementing each other very well.

After an extremely busy (to say the least) summer, I’ve finally found the time to write a review of Dots‘ recent EP Tokyo, a very curious and interesting release filled with good music and… a few surprises. Surely particular, yet very accessible, I feel like  recommending this release to all of you. Be sure to follow the link down below to read my review on ARAMA! JAPAN‘s website!

Reviewing the 72 minutes long track from Idol unit · · · · · · · · · on ARAMA! JAPAN

– Alex