Christopher Dallman ditches the acoustic guitar for a synth-driven cinematic indie-pop sound on new single with Album to Follow.
After one album and three EPs with a folky vibe, Christopher Dallman ditches the acoustic guitar and singer/songwriter sound on his transcendent new album DIGITAL BLUE.
On these 13 distinct yet unified tracks, Dallman explores a bold and genre-bending electronic soundscape that draws from Pop, Electronic, Alternative, and even Jazz, taking the listener on an evocative, cinematic journey.
Summer 2020 will see the release of 5 singles from DIGITAL BLUE – including TIME OF MY LIFE, which premiered on 88.9 WYMS RADIO MILWAUKEE on June 4th – culminating in the September 23rd release of the album to streaming outlets as well as on Limited Edition 12″ Vinyl and Compact Disc.
A&R FACTORY says this: “The haunting soundscape fuses elements of darkwave synth-pop with contemporary yet cinematic Indie.”
Born and raised in Milwaukee, Dallman moved to New York City at 18, where he honed his chops at local open mics before signing with Treasure Records for his debut album RACE THE LIGHT.
In 2004, Dallman relocated to Los Angeles, where he recorded 3 EPs, including SAD BRITNEY, a record of Britney Spears covers that reached #7 on the iTunes singer-songwriter charts.
BNS FRESH NEW POP: ‘Christopher Dallman’ releases a smooth, futuristic, electronic single with a ‘Phil Collins’ meets ‘Ultravox’ esque spacey sound on ‘Time of my Life’ from new album ‘Digital Blue’ – Brand New Sound.com
His video for GHOSTS reached #1 on MTVmusic.com, and he has licensed his music to MTV’s The Real World, Hallmark, Lifetime, and various independent films.
Dallman has toured the US and overseas, sharing the stage with the likes of Amos Lee, Jonathan Rice, Ben Lee, and Amy Helms.