Music and poetry have always gone hand in hand, but producers Galvanic and DLJ have capitalized further on the two with their minimalistic approach in their latest release, “Dead Man.” The two united previously on the 2019 release “666,” which has amassed over 2 million listens since.
Exploring the unwelcome symptoms of the human experience, “Dead Man” also combines musical elements from electronic, indie, and hip-hop genres. With the lyrics acting as the main focus, “Dead Man” allows the content to reign above the simplistic, yet thought-provoking production.
“To me, ‘Dead Man’ is a track that reflects the irrational insecurities and pessimism so many of us feel, but don’t express. These feelings and worries are oftentimes overcome, but I still think they’re important to capture.”
“I love how the production fits so well with Galvanic’s sorrowful vocals, we both wanted to express deep and personal feelings in this track, I am very happy of how we were able to bring these darker feelings and emotions to light.”
Combining the musical genius of singer, songwriter, and producer Galvanic with the wit of beat-making aficionado DLJ, “Dead Man” dives into the dark side of the human experience. In only 2 years, Wyatt Johnson, AKA Galvanic has made quite the name for himself. A regular feature on Spotify’s hottest playlists like New Music Friday and Chill Hits, his genre-bending flair and vocal highbrow landed him a record deal with Ultra Music at only 20 years old.
Galvanic’s co-write and counterpart for “Dead Man,” DLJ is a Toulouse-dwelling, lo-fi producer with a penchant for hip-hop. With a cool 80 Million streams across his discography and placements in Spotify’s New Music Friday, Jazz Vibes, and Lo-Fi Beats, DLJ is a decorated creator with a progressive take on contemporary minimalist music.