Electric Hawk is thrilled to exclusively premiere “AppleJuice” by DMVU. This track comes just ahead of his upcoming album, Two Pairs of Eyes, Gazing Only At Each Other, dropping April 17 via Dome of Doom. You probably have some extra time your hands, so we wanted to give you a little entertainment from DMVU a full three days early.
We could all use a little vitamin C and extra hydration – and we think you should do it with some “AppleJuice.”
Denver, Colorado native Matthew Jones, aka DMVU, has previously been known for his work in the dubstep and bass arenas, appearing on Dirt Monkey’s 2019 album Primatology and on compilation albums by bass label Deep, Dark & Dangerous. Two Pairs of Eyes…, on the other hand, is a deviation from this persona. Each track is a deep dive into a cinematic and complex future bass sound.
“AppleJuice” by DMVU is the perfect final song to immerse yourself in prior to the release of the full-length album.
DMVU meticulously cultivates the vast soundscape of “AppleJuice,” leaning into amorphous melodies and taking the tempo to a place where your deepened breath catches at each turn of the beat. “AppleJuice” is also a perfect showcase of DMVU’s maturity and range of sound. This is one of those tracks that takes you through not just a journey of sound but a journey of feeling and emotion. To clarify: it’s sexy, it’s beautiful, AND it makes us cry.
DMVU boasts previous tour support for artists like Noisia, Bleep Bloop, Boombox Cartel, Yheti, and Toadface. Until recently, DMVU was on a co-headlining nationwide run of shows with Tvboo‘s “Eat My Sass” tour.
Created over the course of three years, DMVU’s upcoming album Two Pairs of Eyes, Looking Only At Each Other will be released on April 17 via Dome of Doom.
Until then, stream “AppleJuice” by DMVU EXCLUSIVELY here:
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