Review: boerd – Dwaal

At Our Culture HQ we always love to discover new talent that excites and broadens the range of styles in our catalogue of music we review and premiere. This artist without a doubt does that exact thing. Bård Ericson also known as boerd released his album ‘Dwaal’ in April. The overall production is on top level and you can clearly hear it throughout the whole album. He showcases a range of music from ambience to well textured groovy beats in the intro track ‘Near Future’. An album filled with melancholy and mystery. A truly stunning piece of work for those that wanting something different. 

Rating: 8.5

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