By: Adam Clark
We were first made aware of Dreamers Delight when he slipped "Around" into The Untz Challenge without much fanfare. Soon, the SoCal producer had amassed the highest number of plays of any entrant in the competition, all without any social media mojo--just the pure brilliance of his song.
Somehow, the relatively unknown producer has managed to capture the brash aesthetic of What So Not with the chill vibes of Odesza in an utterly entrancing combination that has racked up tens of thousands of plays with hardly any web presence. That's the true magic.
Last week, Dreamers Delight released "Something Nice," and it is indeed just that. Coming in smooth with a downtempo groove, the song keeps you interested with subtle changes from beginning to end. The track was released as part of a 10-track compilation via Play it Louder.
Dreamers Delight's big breakout was his "Bloom" remix for Odesza, which garnered some attention last year. A deeper dive into his catalog unearths pulsing, bass gems that run the gamut from downtempo Liquid Stranger to old-school Bassnectar. There are some great collaborations buried in there, as well as a thrilling two-track EP, Close Your Eyes, released last year.
The greatest news of all is that Dreamers Delight is currently sitting on an EP he absolutely cannot wait to drop. Having caught some demos ahead of the game, we know fans are going to flip.